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New Map Preview for Westeros Total War 1.0

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Hey guys,



For those of you who don't know it yet, we are in the process of moving from TWC, as a certain lawyer sent a Cease and Desist message to TWC's owner. We have not decided yet where to move and we will maybe move underground for a while, but in the mean time, work is still being done!



We shall keep posting previews of our mod, but we will refrain from posting actual links until our final version is complete.



Here for you guys is a special preview. You are the first site where this preview is shown. It is a video of the campaign map, a complete map of Westeros, with almost all important places. We are aiming to get people who have no experience with medieval total war II a sense of what the game will be like. In Medieval II total war, on the campaign map you move your armies, build your cities, control your family tree and generals and manage your economy while you fight your actual battles and sieges on a battlemap. Every faction will have unique units and skins, based on the books, there will be no HBO skins in our mod.



Here is the preview video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ULXW-BuegR0



Note: all the important places that do not have a special model yet, like Riverrun and the Eyrie, will get one in the final release. Thanks for SoulgamesInc for creating the video. The music is specifically created for our mod by freelancers.



For more previews, browse the outdated WTW Information collection topic, especially the last pages, which are more updated.



Thanks,


Dux, developer of Westeros Total War.


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I can't wait. Looks great. And the music is very good.


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It may be a stupid question, but did you ever consider trying to get the rights to make the game on TW? The game would make money without doubt.


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This has a frighteningly high place on my priorities scale, so all the best to you and your colleagues.

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