This total overhaul of Rome:Total War is based upon the Second World War. It contains historical battle locations on different fronts.
This is the manual downloadable patch 1.3 for people NOT using the launcher.
This is the manual downloadable patch for people NOT using the launcher.
THIS PATCH WAS RELEASED ON THE LAUNCHER ALREADY!
This is the zipped version of patch 1.3. There is no need to install it if you are using the Total War 1942 - Launcher.
Just for the people who prefer downloading it manually :)
Just extract the zip content to your Rome: Total War root location (the folder where your RomeTW.exe is and the preceding patches of Total War 1942.
* Gameplay Changes *
o Added U.S. Marine elite assault troops
o Added Ski Troops for Finland
o Balanced some irregularities
o Added new Faction: Spanish State
o Added X MAS Commando's for Italy
o Changed all anti aircraft platforms: now it is an anti aircraft truck (mobile but less range)
o Fixed Force Diplomacy - somehow it got deleted from the mod
* Campaign Map *
o Changed some regions to fit new spanish regions
o Changed United Nations in League of Nations
o Fixed portrait of General Patton
o Changed background script. Now you can save the game more often.
o Added buildings for germany. (I am busy with reworking settlements so you can have the buildings already on the strat: NOT ON THE BATTLEMAP YET!)
* Historical Battles *
o Changed Battle of Midway into Battle of Leyte Gulf (due the fact that Battle of Midway was a carrier based naval battle instead of warships)
* Technical Changes *
o Removed the WZ-111 (chinese afterwar tank -> its not historical tank and overpowered for its time)
o Added Tiger II to german tank tree
o Added T92 HMC - epic american SPG
o Added M7 Priest - earlier american SPG
o Added Crusader 5.5 inch - british SPG
o Added Sexton for british as well (Portugal and India already have those)
o Reworked sounds of whining mortar and arty projectiles
o Nerfed armor rating of cars (general bodyguards). Damage is not their main role, it's more like a real general: waiting at the back