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    Lightbulb Europa Barbarorum for Rome Total War - Remastered

    Hey everyone,

    like everyone else, I am f**king hyped about Rome Total War - Remastered. Basically my first game I ever played or more like watched my dad play it because I wasn't old enough ;)

    Anyway, I know there is/was a big modding community behind RTW especially with EB. I don't know if the original developers of the mod have planned anything for the remastered version but I (and probably the whole community) would really love to see a remastered EU version.

    I wanted to offer my help with any coding/voicing etc. As far as I'm aware though there are mostly designers required for modeling the units.
    Maybe we can use this thread for everyone that would like to help with the project and maybe one of the "old" developers can assign some tasks if necessary.
    I'm sure there is lots to do.

    I really hope we manage to find some people to help with this project! So anyone willing to help, write a comment down below!

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    Default Re: Europa Barbarorum for Rome Total War - Remastered

    Quote Originally Posted by mingaflo View Post
    Hey everyone,

    like everyone else, I am f**king hyped about Rome Total War - Remastered. Basically my first game I ever played or more like watched my dad play it because I wasn't old enough ;)

    Anyway, I know there is/was a big modding community behind RTW especially with EB. I don't know if the original developers of the mod have planned anything for the remastered version but I (and probably the whole community) would really love to see a remastered EU version.

    I wanted to offer my help with any coding/voicing etc. As far as I'm aware though there are mostly designers required for modeling the units.
    Maybe we can use this thread for everyone that would like to help with the project and maybe one of the "old" developers can assign some tasks if necessary.
    I'm sure there is lots to do.

    I really hope we manage to find some people to help with this project! So anyone willing to help, write a comment down below!
    We will not port EB to Rome Remastered but if you want, you can help us with the development of Europa Barbarorum II.

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    Default Re: Europa Barbarorum for Rome Total War - Remastered

    Quote Originally Posted by Trarco View Post
    We will not port EB to Rome Remastered but if you want, you can help us with the development of Europa Barbarorum II.
    Why not tho?

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    Default Re: Europa Barbarorum for Rome Total War - Remastered

    Quote Originally Posted by Sebastianus V View Post
    Why not tho?
    Well If I had to guess, the team has been working on EB2 for something like a decade, so giving it up now would be silly.

    That being said, there are certain things that MTW2 lacks that I think makes EB2 a bit less enjoyable, things like the lack of testudos and other relatively minor things so I certainly do have high hopes that a historically-focused mod will emerge that is on par with EB1. Time will tell.
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    Default Re: Europa Barbarorum for Rome Total War - Remastered

    Quote Originally Posted by Hooahguy View Post
    Well If I had to guess, the team has been working on EB2 for something like a decade, so giving it up now would be silly.

    That being said, there are certain things that MTW2 lacks that I think makes EB2 a bit less enjoyable, things like the lack of testudos and other relatively minor things so I certainly do have high hopes that a historically-focused mod will emerge that is on par with EB1. Time will tell.
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