Total War: Rome 2 – Rise of the Republic DLC (Trailer and Information) – Rome Video



published: 2018-07-19 15:59:50

Wohooo, a new DLC is on the way for Total War: Rome 2 focused on the Rise of the Republic. This takes us back to the early history of Rome and will feature a mini campaign with new gameplay elements. Check out the trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DjCP5rDGIcg

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  1. Add me been wanting to to play with you!

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  2. Honestly, I'd pay for more city layouts

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  3. total war needs supply lines…..

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  4. Whilst I’m excited for this…I’m more excited of your vids that’ll (I assume) appear and will be about it. Can’t wait for them…if you make multiple that is.

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  5. So we get the fucking insubres as a playable faction but we don't get any Illyrian one?

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  6. Will you be looking at the Thrones of Brittania update? I was thinking of getting it depending on how good the changes are

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  7. wouldn’t it be dope if they combined the wrath of sparta and the rise of the republic campaign maps (modders plz)

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  8. Hoping for many unique units, including new roman and italian ones

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  9. can't wait for the DEI update of this

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  10. Personally I was hoping for a Alexander campaign like most of you guys but still this looks hopeful assuming it doesn’t play exactly like the base the game and there’s at least some level of differences to make it feel “new”

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  11. We can’t play as Carthage? 🙁

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  12. Reminds me of the 'Res Publica' mod set in the 5th Century BC. Sadly the mod hasn't been updated for the current patch and I've been dying to get back into early Italian warfare!

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  13. Family tree, one of the best things of Rome 1.

    Now I only need to be able to see my glorious cities outside of battle.

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  14. You didn't say anything about the line;
    "An epic campaign battle for the city of Rome"

    What do you think that might be referring to? A quest battle of sorts, maybe?

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  15. Not preordering th. But very excited. I reread my livy for this. Whoa
    to the vanquished

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  16. Invicta make a massieve siege with you and oakly as samnites against 3 roman armies

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  17. Hey everyone,a question.
    Why aren't they updating/giving more DLC ( worthwhile dlc) to Attila ? It really saddens me that they aren't doing anything with Attila anymore and it just feels they left it behind..

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  18. Do a vid about how a roman army looted a defeated enemy army. Cause i have not heared of any roman army going crazy after they reached the camp of a enemy army.

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  19. Awwwww, I wanted Playable Etruscan League u_u

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  20. Regarding the post battle loot, it is in this period we see the first examples of the ‘stipendum militum’ with the sieges of Veii during the period prior to the sacking. That is loot (military kit) being redistributed as well as financial resources being directed towards offsetting costs for kit for the soldiers. As a gameplay mechanic, maybe could reduce upkeep or recruitment costs briefly? Improve armour?

    I’d love to see something like M2:TW when the units visually displayed their improved armour with this new mechanic but I doubt we’ll see that, which is a shame because how these early armies improved their kit, besides the few being able to purchase (which is why the stipendum was introduced to allow all to reach a reasonable standard in terms of kit), was through recycling equipment post battle. This would be great to see, if you take heavy casualties and have no industrial means of refitting your lost equipment your troops will suffer as a consequence. This was a real strategic worry armies had to think about in this period which was why pitched battles then were still a rare occurrence as to avoid too many loses in manpower and equipment, and one reason the Romans proved to become the dominant power in the Italian peninsula was because they were prepared to commit resources into ensuring their armies were properly equipped.

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