DID YOU KNOW?
Did you know the success of Total War games has enabled its developer Creative Assembly open studios in more locations? The British video game developer based in England now has offices with more than 600 people. Before, they were a single-game studio working on a variety of sports games. In its early years, they worked to port games for different platforms. Later on, they worked with Electronic Arts (EA) to produce a variety of games such as sports titles. But the company's breakthrough title was the strategy computer game Shogun: Total War. The game released in 2000 has won some industry awards and became as one of the benchmark strategy video games. Soon after, they followed it with Medieval: Total War and Rome: Total War, which benefited from the rise in Roman pop culture interests.
Creative Assembly also branched into fiction and fantasy video game genre with the release of Total War: Warhammer. With this game, players must choose the best faction to play in Total War: Warhammer before they'll be able to play. Before all this happened, the Japanese company Sega has bought them. Following the acquisition, all preceding titles in the Total War series had been exclusive for computer games. The company has also produced premium mobile titles, web-based games, and multiplayer titles. But still, the game developer company has been known for its best Total War games.