Total War: Shogun 2 hits Mac in spring

The Creative Assembly's historical strategy title Total War: Shogun 2 will be published for Mac this spring by Mac port specialist Feral Interactive, developers announced today.

The game launched for Windows PC in March 2011 and is the sequel to 2000 strategy game Shogun: Total War. Shogun 2 takes place in 16th century feudal Japan and tasks players with leading nine battling clans in the country's Warring States. Battles are in real-time and layered against political elements, in which players must participate in turn-based affairs that will decide the fate of the region's government.

Total War: Shogun 2 on Mac will also include all additional DLC previously released for the Windows PC version. This includes the add-on campaign pack Rise of the Samurai, which tasks players with establishing the first shogunate 400 years prior to the game's events, as well as six additional packs adding new single-player and multiplayer modes, clans, classes, weapons and more.

According to Feral, more details on Mac specifications for this version of Total War: Shogun 2 as well as a specific release date will be revealed in the coming weeks.

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