Conquer the Known World in 100 Moves - Rome: Total War - Alexander Comes to the Mac on February 27th
Feral Interactive today announced that Rome: Total War™ - Alexander will be released for the Mac on February 27th. Developed by Creative Assembly and published by SEGA ® for Windows, this expansion pack for the historical strategy game Rome: Total War - Gold Edition allows players to command the army of Alexander the Great.

In a fast-paced single-player campaign of 100 turns, players are challenged to match Alexander’s ferocious speed of thought and action. Just as he conquered the known world in 13 short years, players must rapidly capture a multitude of territories from Europe to India while regularly outnumbered by hostile armies.

Rome: Total War - Alexander also introduces six historical battles based on Alexander’s greatest triumphs, as well as four new playable factions: Macedon, Persia, India and the barbarian Dahae. 50 new units are under players’ control, including the Persian Immortal Infantry, Indian War Elephants and elite Macedonian Companion Cavalry. Historical LAN battles are also expanded with new rulesets allowing for 1-vs-2 and 1-vs-3 clashes.

“Rome: Total War - Alexander will test players’ skill and ingenuity, both on and off the battlefield,” said David Stephen, Managing Director of Feral Interactive. “This epic campaign is as challenging as it is rewarding.”

Rome: Total War - Alexander for the Mac will retail in North America for US $6.99, £4.99 (inc. VAT) in the UK and €5.99 (inc.VAT) throughout Europe. Rome: Total War - Alexander will also be available online for direct download from a variety of digital partner sites worldwide including the Feral Store ( and the Mac App Store. An information page dedicated to Rome Total War - Alexander is available now at

Minimum system requirements call for a 1.4GHz Intel Mac with at least 512MB RAM, 128MB or better graphics card, and Mac OS X 10.8.5 or later. The following graphics cards are unsupported: ATI X1xxx, Intel GMA series and the NVIDIA 7xxx series. Rome: Total War - Alexander requires an installed copy of Rome: Total War™ - Gold Edition to play.

About Feral Interactive
Feral Interactive is a leading publisher of games for the Macintosh platform, founded in 1996 and based in London, England. It is responsible for such Macintosh hits as F1™ 2013, Tomb Raider, Rayman Origins, XCOM: Enemy Within, SEGA Superstars Tennis, The Lord of the Rings: War in the North, Tropico 4: Gold Edition, Napoleon: Total War - Gold Edition, XCOM: Enemy Unknown - Elite Edition, GRID™, LEGO® The Lord of the Rings, Batman: Arkham City Game of the Year Edition, Sid Meier's Railroads!, LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes, Empire: Total War - Gold Edition, Deus Ex: Human Revolution - Ultimate Edition, BioShock 2, Borderlands and Rome: Total War Gold Edition. Please visit our website at, find us on Twitter at or on Facebook at

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Founded in 1987 and based in Horsham, West Sussex, Creative Assembly is one of the UK’s premier videogame developers. Creator of the multi award-winning Total War strategy series, the studio has received numerous press, industry and consumer accolades, including BAFTA and the Develop Industry Excellence awards. With 250 highly experienced and creative industry professionals and counting, the studio is expanding to embark on thrilling new AAA PC and console projects.
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