Regular Total War players over the moon.
By Tim Colwill on August 5, 2014 at 12:15 pm
One of the biggest, ongoing complaints about Total War: Rome 2 — even after the countless patches the game has received — is that the siege AI still just can’t hack it against a competent human.
That looks to have been fixed now if current chatter is any indication, with comments like “The siege AI is WORKING!”, “Seige Ai is fixed”, and a whole heap of others which use choice expletives that we simply can’t reprint here.
“Along with a host of significant battle and campaign improvements, this patch enables the battle AI to use its siege equipment more effectively, and employ its combined forces with a much greater level of co-ordination,” say Creative Assembly. “This provides the player with a sharpened level of challenge, and a considerably more satisfying siege-battle experience.”