Total War: Rome 2 pre-sales more than six times higher than Shogun 2

Total War: Rome 2

By on August 23, 2013 at 8:50 am

SEGA have revealed that the upcoming Total War: Rome 2 is being pre-ordered at a rate close to the speed of sound. Pre-orders are now more than six times higher than those for Shogun 2, released in 2011.

Total War: Rome 2 is now officially the most pre-ordered title in the history of the series. We won’t know for sure what it’s like until it launches here on PC on September 3, but the one thing we can tell you is you’ll need need at least 35GB of free hard drive space to pull it off.

Check out our latest hands-on preview here.

Source: MCV

3 comments (Leave your own)

Waiting for the game of the year addition with all DLC in few years, I might have cleared some of my backlog by then.

 

I just pretend my backlog doesn’t exist, I rarely finish games anyway. Looking forward to this one though, first game I’ve pre-ordered in years.

 

Yes because this ones gonna be good, ISNT IT SEGA? ISNT IT? and if it isnt someones main office is going to be burnt to the ground, ISNT IT SEGA?

cant wait for this gem, its gonna fucking rock; i usually dont jump on the hype-train or commandeer it but damn, this game looks fun

 
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