Followers of the epic ancient Greek poem, Iliad – Homer, is in for a treat like A total war story: TROY is now out for MacOS. The game, inspired by Homer’s epic poems, focuses on the historical focal point of the Trojan War. It promises to transport the player into the conflict and see it first hand.
Total War Saga: TROY is a close encounter with both Greek and Trojan perspectives. You can choose whether to fight and save or to conquer the Kingdom of Troy. There are eight iconic heroes to choose from, and this includes Achilles, Hector, Paris and King Menelaus. The summary of the game is as follows:
In this legendary time, heroes wander the earth. In an act that shocks the world, the daring Paris, the Prince of Troy, accompanies the beautiful Queen of Sparta. As they sail away, King Menelaus curses her name. He promises to bring his wife home – no matter the price! “
With the game comes DLC, A total war story: TROY – AMAZONS. It has two iconic sisters, Hippolyta and Penthesilea, only female unit lists, three additional faction mechanics and two additional mission chains.
The A total war story: TROY MacOS system requirements are as follows:
- macOS 10.15.6
- All 13 MacBook Airs released since 2020
- All 13 MacBook Pros released since 2016
- All 15 MacBook Pros released since 2016
- All 16 MacBook Pros released since 2019
- All 21.5 ″ iMacs have been released since 2017
- All 27 iMacs have been released since the end of 2014
- All 27 iMac Pros were released since the end of 2017
- All Mac Pros released since the end of 2013
Both games are exclusively available from the Epic Store. Total War Saga: TROY is priced at $ 49.99 while DLC, AMAZONS, is available for $ 6.49.
Total war is a historical-based video game series with a drive for historical authenticity. Its game under the belt is Total War Attila, Total War Rome II, Total War Saga – Fall of the Samurai, Total War Saga – Thrones of Britannia, Total War Warhammer I and II, Total War Elysium, Total War Three Kingdoms, and Total War Saga: TROY. The game series currently has more than 25 million copies sold.
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