I absolutely love the idea of a serious bronze age total war.
I can't stand reading the FAQ on what Troy is going to be like, however. I definitely don't want power ranger heroes doing acrobatics around the battlefield like a fantasy title. I'd love the heroic culture to be represented in spirit but for things to be kept grounded and realistic, albeit with a bit of reasonable gap-filling here and there.
No naval battles? In the Mediterranean? Seriously? I want innovation and addition of depth and features in successive TW titles, not regression and outright omission.
Some units literally immune to flanking as an arcadey representation of their "elite defensive" tag? Is this total war or rock, paper, scissors?
And what the hell does "Our truth behind the myth approach has allowed us to draw from a multitude of mythology’s most renowned monsters and include them within the battlefields of Troy as realistic representations of what their true form may have been. " even mean? It must be fantasy then, surely?
I just want total war to be genuinely brilliant again instead of "one step forward, three steps back."