Total War: ARENA
The guide to Total War: Arena introduces player into the ancient world of battles fought on vast arenas with opponents from all over the world.
Basic info for new players
Basic information that every player should know can be found in chapters:
- How to start the game?
- Buying items
- Experience and promotion
- Gold and premium accounts
- Units mechanics and advice
There is a small FAQ section as well. In it you will find answers to the most frequently asked questions:
Commanders and factions
Further, in the guide, you will find information about available commanders who are leading your forces to combat and assist them with their skills. Their skills are thoroughly described and enriched with advice about how to use them.
Units, abilities, items, and advice
The biggest part of the guide is a description of units available in the game. Here you will find advice, description of basic abilities and items available for each type of units from three factions in the game. There is also advice about controlling units on the battlefield and how to use abilities and what can be achieved with specific items.
- Hoplites (Spearmen)
- Heavy Artillery
- Light Artillery
- War Hounds
The guide was created based on the closed beta version of the game (update 2.4).
Patrick "YxU" Homa (www.gry-online.pl)
About Total War Arena Game Guide
Author : Patrick "Homa" yxu for gamepressure.com
last update : February 28, 2018
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Total War: Arena Video Game
- genre: Strategy
- developer: Creative Assembly
- publisher: SEGA
- platform: PC
Total War: Arena is an online strategy game that combines elements of RTS (Real-Time strategy) and MOBA (Multiplayer Online Battle Arena) genres. It is a spin-off of the bestselling Total War series initiated back in 2000 with the release of Shogun: Total War. Contrary to its predecessors, it is not set in any particular historical period; instead, it lets the players assume the role of numerous commanders from different ages.
The goal of the game is to take over the enemy base or to cut down all opposing forces. The gameplay has a significant tactical depth to it – skillful cooperation between teammates is therefore key to victory. In practice, each co-player is responsible for combat activities taking place in “his” part of the map, although we often have to come to our ally’s aid when his units cannot hold their ground, thus the outcome of the battle does not depend on one player’s actions but all of them.