Total War Saga: Troy will get trademarked by The Creative Assembly

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The act of studying tea leaves is an artwork, however there are a lot of methods to see out into the mists of time. Like the Oracle of Delphi, my most popular technique of creating psychic predictions entails inhaling the fumes from my KFC bucket till I astral venture into the long run. But there’s nonetheless another choice: the UK Intellectual Property Office website. And [pivots to digital camera] if a trademark just lately filed by The Creative Assembly is any indication, Total War Saga: Troy shall be becoming a member of the ever-forking household tree of technique games that make up the Total War franchise.

The trademark for Total War Saga: Troy was first spotted by the valient and hawk-eyed customers of the Total War subreddit. Filed by The Creative Assembly on July 23rd, the trademark is classed underneath courses 9 and 41 which suggests each digital and bodily releases. (And I feel it’s additionally value noting RPS consumer Hedgeclipper called it three years ago. “They could go earlier in the bronze age,” they wrote, in a quiet second simply earlier than 8PM Earth time, within the yr 2017, “total war:Troy?”)

The Total War Saga collection focuses on probably the most vital moments from eras which have beforehand been lined extra broadly within the franchise. While neither Creative Assembly nor Total War writer Sega have made any official bulletins about Troy but, back in 2017 Creative Assembly did verify its Saga collection could be “another spiritual follow-up” to Total War: Rome II. The most up-to-date Total War Saga game, Thrones of Britannia, launched in 2018 and is described by RPS contributor Nic Reuben as “occasionally tense” and “vacant of meaningful choice“.

A Total War Saga: Thrones of Britannia is on the market on Steam for £29.99/$39.99