The Total War series of games releases a new patch for Total War: ROME REMASTERED. In this case it is 2.0.2 and it is available for Mac users as well as Linux users. The popular game receives a new version in which interesting new features have been implemented. In this case, at the beginning of June a version with patch 2.0.1 was released for this game and now a new version is available that can now be downloaded and installed on computers.
Patch 2.0.2 brings significant improvements to the user interface along with changes in artificial intelligence, location and audio correction, plus other additional enhancements.
The arrival of this renewed version of the game was announced a few months ago and now all those who were waiting or who already have the reservation made can launch for this update. It is an update with many improvements that may be interesting for fans of the Total War saga.
As explained from Feral, this first update focuses on the general stability of the game and underground dispersion effects have also been implemented for units in real-time battles. This new patch adds quite a large list with major fixes and we can read all of them directly in the Total War blog. Total War: ROME REMAStered is now available for download on both its own Feral website or on the Steam gaming platform with a price of: 24.99 pounds / 29.99 dollars / 29,99 euros.