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Classic RPG Expeditions: Rome Announced


Players will be able to shape the fate of Rome itself with the release of Logic Artists and THQ Nordic’s classic RPG Expeditions: Rome.

Players will step into the shoes of a young Legatus as he leads the Roman legion against Greece. This character can be completely shaped by the player, with their looks, gender, class, and skills all customizable.

Players will travel the globe (including such locales as Greece, North Africa, Gaul, and Rome itself), making both friends and allies throughout its campaign. No need to go at it alone though; five different companions with their own backstories and personalities will also come along for the journey.

Along the way, players will overcome challenges with its turn-based combat system.
In true RPG fashion, players will be able to level-up each character and choose from both skills and passive abilities for the perfect battle. Gear-wise, players will also be able to equip armors, weapons, and tactical items to gain an edge.

Learn more with the announcement trailer below:

Expeditions: Rome – Announcement Trailer

For those who’d like to see some gameplay, be sure to check out the trailer below:

Expeditions: Rome – Gameplay Trailer

The game will come out for the PC later this year – you can wishlist the title via its Steam page here.

Source: Press Release
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