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markp27markp27 Posts: 1,252Registered Users
Can we please get some clarification on what a saga game is. We have had several debates on this topic.

Saga class Total War games are smaller standalone titles that focus on a flashpoint of history – one of those powder keg moments in time in which anything could have happened. Typically covering just a few years or decades, Sagas aren’t intended to have the scope and scale of an Era Total War game but rather focus on that pivotal moment, exploring all the potential angles and interesting new features for the series at the same time. Our first Saga title was THRONES OF BRITANNIA, and we have since welcomed FALL OF THE SAMURAI to the Saga family.

Is a quote from your https://www.totalwar.com/faq/#Design thread. To me the line "Typically covering just a few years or decades, Sagas aren’t intended to have the scope and scale of an Era Total War game but rather focus on that pivotal moment, exploring all the potential angles and interesting new features for the series at the same time.". Is a statement that says, that the game has covered every aspect that you wanted to add at release.

Is this correct or will there be more DLC's later on for Troy (other than blood and gore.)?

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