Wrath of Sparta introduces an entirely new, epic campaign expansion for Total War: ROME II focusing exclusively on the Hellenic world, plunging players into the turbulent events of the iconic Peloponnesian Wars.
The year is 432 BC, and unrest grows throughout the Greek City-States. At a gathering of the Peloponnesian League, prosperous Athens has earned the enmity of Sparta, Korinthos and the Boiotian League, tipping the delicate political balance past the point of no return.
While the other factions hold a loose alliance against Athenian arrogance, each state has its own agenda. The future of Greece itself is at stake, and the ensuing conflict will result in nothing less than supremacy of the Hellenic world.
Meanwhile, the mighty Persian Empire is watching, waiting, and preparing its armed forces to turn this tide of Hellenic turmoil to its own advantage…
New Campaign Map: The earliest period any Total War game has depicted, Wrath of Sparta's campaign map is a vivid and detailed representation of the Greek world in 432 BC
Four Playable Factions: Athens (Athenai), Corinth (Korinthos), Sparta and Boiotia
Panhellenic Games and Festivals: The Greeks of the age were keen athletes, and the annual competitions of the Olympic, Pythian, Sithmian and Nemean games are represented
New Tech Trees: Wrath of Sparta features all-new tech trees, reflecting the military, naval and civic developments of the time
Hellenic Tribalism: With the exception of the Persian Empire, the factions represented in Wrath of Sparta are Culturally Hellenic, so "Culture" has been replaced with "Tribalism"
The Persian Threat: The Empire of Persia sits at the eastern end of the campaign map and remains largely uninvolved with Greek affairs
New Army and Naval Unit Rosters: New unit rosters are available to all four playable factions, representing warfare of this period in Greek history
Minimum Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 Intel Dual Core CPU 2.0 GHz or SIngle Core CPU 2.6 GHz 2 GB RAM DirectX 9.0c compatible video card, 512 MB VRAM Resolution: 1024 x 768
Recommended Windows 7 / 8 Intel Core i5 CPU (2nd generation) 4 GB RAM DirectX 11 compatible video card, 1 GB VRAM Resolution: 1920 x 1080