Wargaming and Creative Assembly stop with Total War: Arena




Wargaming and Creative Assembly will pull the plugs from the servers for the free playable multiplayer online battle arena game Total War: Arena on 22 February 2019. The open beta did not meet the expectations of the companies.

In which sense the game did not meet expectations, Wargaming and Creative Assembly do not announce, but probably the beta did not know enough players to draw or was not well enough received. The team behind the game continues to work on other Total War games and Creative Assembly claims to continue to focus on multiplayer.

As a thank you, the developer gives players the choice of four different Total War products: Medieval II Definitive Edition or one of three dlc packages. Wargaming compensates players from Total War: Arena for the time they have spent with gold and Premium time in World of Tanks, World of Warplanes or World of Warships.

The two companies announced Total War: Arena in 2016 and in February 2018 the open beta started. It is a free rts game with moba elements. The game offers 10-to-10 battles where each player serves three units with up to one hundred fighters. There are fourteen commanders , three of which are standard, while the rest must be bought or unlocked.


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