Legion announced

UK-based Slitherine Software unveils its upcoming strategy game set in ancient Rome.

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UK-based game developer Slitherine Software recently announced its upcoming strategy game, Legion. The game is set in the time of the Roman Empire, and it will let players command armies on both strategic and tactical levels. It will include more than 20 factions based on real nations that existed during that era, and the game's maps and 3D battlefields will accurately reflect historical data. In addition to strategic and tactical combat, the game will involve other traditional strategy game elements including diplomacy, economics, base building, and resource management. The game engine will support up to 1,000 units on a single battlefield, and the unit models will feature historical uniforms and weapons.

For more information, visit the official Slitherine Software Web site. No publisher or release date has been announced for the game.

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