Total War: Rome II players get early beta access to Arena

Those who pick up a copy of September's strategy game will score "advanced beta access" to upcoming free-to-play MOBA.

Total War: Rome II players will receive early access to a beta for upcoming free-to-play MOBA Total War: Arena, developer Creative Assembly announced today.

Not only that, but players who purchase Total War: Rome II will have access to "exclusive in-game Legion Armory bonuses" and $15 worth of in-game currency for Arena.

These players will also earn "Legion" status for the free-to-play game, though specific benefits were not mentioned.

Total War: Arena is Creative Assembly's first free-to-play game. It was announced during GDC this year in March. No release date for the game--or its beta--has been announced.

Total War: Rome II will be released on September 3.

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