Game company Feral Interactive has recently announced that a new patch of PC game Total War: ROME REMASTERED is now live for download.
The first update focused more on stability, subsurface scattering effects for units in real-time battles have also been implemented. There will be more work on improving AI, pathfinding, and modding functionality in the future.
Here’s the full patch notes:
STABILITY We’d like to thank all users who enabled crash reporting – many of these fixes are only possible due to these reports. • Fixed a crash when attempting to save game during an AI-only campaign • Fixed a crash when moving animal units across bridges • Stability improvements to reduce a number of one-off crashes reported by users since release LOCALISATION • Various improvements to Chinese voice over tracks • Various improvements to Chinese in-game strings • Various improvements to Russian in-game strings • Fixed issue with missing Russian subtitles during the Armenia faction introduction • Fixed issues with Italian subtitle syncing during the Iberia faction introduction • Fixed issue where the “Open Preferences Folder” button would not work when the system user account name used non-roman characters AUDIO • Male Barbarian units no longer play female audio variations in battle GAMEPLAY & VISUALS • Fixed an issue where descriptions and effects for Merchants’ followers would not display • Added subsurface scattering effects to unit skin to address skin tone issues • Improved text wrapping for longer region names displayed inside tooltips • Improved diplomacy tooltips AI CAMPAIGN & BATTLE • Rebalanced Compensation so that factions which start a war owe more compensation to the defending faction • Fixed an issue where units would face the wrong direction if ordered to attack while Guard Mode is enabled • Fixed an issue where units take up incorrect formation during siege battles MULTIPLAYER • Fixed a multiplayer issue where a non-host player admitting defeat could result in a desync for other players MODDING • Fixed an issue where mods may be deleted if an update process fails • Fixed a crash that may occur when editing a settlement name in database Total War: ROME REMASTERED is now available on PC.