Total War: Arena Transfers To Wargaming Alliance
Posted By: GamerDating - November 14, 2016
Total War: Arena was created The Creative Assembly, announced in 2013 as a free-to-play multiplayer-focused arena fighter. Sega has now announced a partnership with World of Tanks developer Wargaming, under new title the Wargaming Alliance.
While a long time away from release, the Total War: Arena installment was heading in a direction of pay2win accusations but building a very loyal fanbase. The new partnership with Wargaming veterans of the Free2Play market has potentially cemented the direction, but given assurances that the game will develop into a worthwhile arena game.
Total War: ARENA is the first AAA project published globally by Wargaming Alliance, in cooperation with SEGA and Creative Assembly. Total War, one of the key pillars of the SEGA business, is one of the most successful and influential strategy franchises of all time, mixing massive battles with deep tactical and strategic elements. Total War: ARENA brings those franchise tenets into the world of free-to-play gaming by blending the series’ trademark strategic experiences with intense 10-vs-10 player battles.
While we wait for further information on the development of Total War: Arena check out the trailer from Feburary:
Are you interested in a Wargaming led Total War?