SEGA reports 800,000 units of Total War: Rome II have been sold

Despite the hoard of technical issues and controversy the game has offered consumers, Total War: Rome II has been nothing short of a success. On 23rd August the game received seven times more the pre-orders than Total War: Shogun II, qualifying it as the most pre-ordered game in the Total War series. Now SEGA  today have announced according to an earnings report that since the launch of Total War: Rome II 800,000 copies of the game have been sold. A profit of ¥1.11 billion in their consumer sector has also been revealed by SEGA; Total War: Rome II surpasses all other games in the series as the bestselling entry.

As of now, SEGA have released the Blood & Gore downloadable content for Total War: Rome II at a price of $3, tailor-made to give us sick and twisted gamers a bloody good time. The official blurb says the DLC pack “brings the savagery of front-line combat to viscera-splattering life with decapitations, dismemberment and devastating impalements.”

Jonathan Neasham

Jonathan resides in London, England. He is an aspiring science journalist and big time lover of all things retro in the SEGA universe. His favourite console is the SEGA Saturn and some of his beloved games include: Panzer Dragoon Saga, Sonic the Hedgehog, Die Hard Arcade, Shinobi and Shenmue. When he’s not playing games he’s probably out looking for sailors.

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