Balm, companion. You appear as though you may be keen on a turn-based RPG about political interest and war set in Ancient Rome? Assuming this is the case, then, at that point, I have uplifting news for you. Campaigns: Rome, the following game from Logic Artists (following on from Expeditions: Conquistador and Expeditions: Viking) has a demo that is currently accessible on Steam.
“The demo will allow you to assume responsibility for vanquishing Lesbos toward the beginning of the Greece lobby and offers around 4 hours of interactivity,” as indicated by the official statement, and in the event that you began chuckling when you got to “Lesbos” I will send you to the rear of the class, so help me.
You play a legatus who joins a mission to stifle a Greek insubordination subsequent to escaping an assault on your family by “an obscure political rival”. It vows to endure more than 65 hours, with three missions spread across Greece, North Africa, and Gaul in which you lead an army, select five special colleagues, and settle on a lot of difficult choices.
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Campaigns: Rome will be accessible from Januarii XX, MMXXII, or, in other words January 20, 2022, on Steam, GOG, and the Epic Games Store