The Total War: Rome II team has recreated the Battle of Teutoburg Forest in the game's engine, and to document the ambitious task they've put together a ridiculously huge panoramic screenshot.
The image, partially shown in the thumbnail above, can be seen on a panoramic viewer here.
Rome II is due out later this year. If you're unfamiliar with the game be sure to check out www.totalwar.com for more details -- here's a rundown of some key features:
- The creators of the award-winning Total War series set a new benchmark for strategy gaming quality and depth, taking their signature mix of real-time and turn-based gameplay to new heights.
- An epic-scale turn-based campaign mode in which to plan your conquest of the known world – in any way you see fit.
- Feel the thunderous clash of battle as the Roman war-machine takes to the field in real-time combat. Tens of thousands of men collide in bone-splintering detail that you directly control.
- All-new graphics engine: see exotic ancient cities and colossal armies rendered in incredible detail, while jaw-dropping cinematic battles unfold. New unit cameras allow you to see the battle from every perspective.
- Completely scalable experience, with performance optimised for your PC or laptop. Witness the awesome scale of Total War: Rome II, no matter what your spec.
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