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Back to News Listing Aggressors: Ancient Rome is out!

Posted: Thursday, August 30, 2018 by Alberto Casulini

Type: News

Aggressors: Ancient Rome is out now! 

Be ready to lead one of twenty factions in a race for domination of the ancient Mediterranean. 

 

 

Lead the mighty legions of Rome and expand its civilization with fire and steel. Establish a trading empire with Carthage across the Mediterranean, making it your Mare Nostrum. Rule one of the Successor Kingdoms and conquer a massive hellenistic empire, following on the footsteps of Alexander the Great. Take command of a young tribe, new to the world stage, and make older and decadent empires tremble. 

The choice is yours. Aggressors: Ancient Rome is a historical turn-based 4x strategy game that lets you relive ancient history, putting you in the sandals of the great conquerors of those times.

Warfare, economy, diplomacy, trade, internal politics, technology, demography: you have many tools at your disposal to shape your empire and gain an edge over greedy and rapacious rivals. All at a level of depth never seen before in a game of this kind.

The developers from Kubat Software fine-tuned the gameplay for years, implementing mechanics which integrate seamlessly with each other, for a cohese and coherent experience that makes the world you play in feel alive and realistic.

You can read more about the gameplay by reading the Dev Diaries.

Aggressors is all about customization and replayability. Thanks to the extremely flexible random world generator you'll be able to generate any kind of random map, setting all the parameters you need to completely customize your next campaign. No playthrough will ever be the same.

With the in-game editor you will be able to create new maps and mods to your liking, then you can easily update them to Steam Workshop with the simple click of a button. Modding has never been easier! We are particularly proud of how modding is taking on in Aggressors: many beta testers already developed new mods and scenarios, and at launch you'll already find free scenarios and mods available for download from the Steam Workshop.

For more information about the game please visit its product page.

To celebrate this release, the game's producer Surtur will be playing Aggressors live on Twitch at 8 pm CEST on our channel. Come and stay with us to take part in the release party for Aggressors, as well as to ask whatever you would like to know about the game! 

Last but not least: as usual we would love to hear your feedback, and it's great to gather all players in a single place to stimulate discussion and the exchange of ideas - the best places for that are our forum and the newly created Discord channel. They are also the places where you would be able to find advice and suggestions about the game.

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