Empire: Total War, released in 2009, was an ambitious but not entirely successful entry in the series. Unfortunately, Creative Assembly never developed a sequel. The task of developing the game fell on the shoulders of the fans. A group of them have just released version 4.0 of Project Empire II, the biggest modification to the strategy game yet. It contains all the main mods for the game, and also adds a lot of new elements.
As the name suggests, the mod was designed as a sort of unofficial sequel to the game. Empire II features several thousand units, dozens of factions, new AI for battles and campaigns, thoroughly improved skirmish mechanics (including new morale and ballistics systems), and an updated map with a higher level of detail. The mod also adds elements such as disease, inflation, culture and the slave trade to the campaign, and expands many aspects of the gameplay, including weather, religions and trade.
The graphics have also been improved and the technical layer has been fixed. With the mod, the game finally no longer crashes and corrupts saves. With the 4.0 release we can play with over 4,000 unit types and over 40 factions. In addition to single-player and traditional multiplayer, a cooperative campaign over a local network is available.
The mod turned out to be huge and you can download it directly from our website, where there is a quick download via torrent. In practice, it expands or improves almost every element of Empire: Total War. It also fixes all the most serious bugs and shortcomings of this game. Many elements have also been modernized to meet modern standards. The result is amazing – with Empire II, this strategy game has finally realized its full potential since its release. This is an absolute must have for anyone who would like to play this game today