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Total War: Ottoman

MahdibeyamcaMahdibeyamca Registered Users Posts: 1
edited December 2020 in Total War General Chat
The world famous strategy game series "Total War"; He made many plays about Rome, Atilla, Medieval and Middle World. There is still no game about the Ottoman Empire, which ruled 3 continents for 6 centuries. In Medieval II Total War, there was only a Seljuk-Ottoman mixed state named Timur and The Turks representing the Turks. The only two Total War games with the Ottomans were Empire: Total War and Napoleon: Total War. Since the dates of these games coincided with the decline and collapse of the Ottoman Empire, they could not keep the spirit of the Ottoman Empire alive. While the Ottoman Empire, one of the three great states that could rule the Old World in world history, still had no game, Empire: Total War, which coincided with the development of Great Britain, and Rome: Total War and Total War: Rome II, which was about the Roman Empire, were released. On the other hand, the mod makers who yearn for the Ottomans made various mods for both Medieval II: Total War and Empire: Total War, but there is still no sound from either SEGA or Creative Assembly ...


  • CommisarCommisar Senior Member Registered Users Posts: 1,639
    Not sure there's that much draw for them, they do tend to get a lot of flack in other game series such as EU.

    However I would expect them to be one of the base game playable factions if CA did a Pike and Shot TW which is set between Medieval and Empire. The rise of the Ottomans would be a line that could happen in it.
  • greendolphingreendolphin Registered Users Posts: 52
    Rather than focusing on the Ottoman title and reducing the campaign map coverage, they can make a game based on the rennaissance era. It would cover all the lands of Europe, Middle East and North Africa and since 15th and 16th centuries are the golden age of Ottoman Empire, you'd have what you want.

    And they can make a hell of a DLC by focusing on Mehmed the Conqueror's wars after 1453. His struggles against Skanderbeg, Stephen III of Moldovia, Uzun Hasan, Hunyadi, Vlad the Impaler... It's a quite interesting period.
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