About Expeditions: Rome
The future of Rome is in your hands: what will your legacy be?Take on the role of a young Legatus whose father was murdered by an unknown political opponent, forcing you to escape Rome and take refuge in the military campaign to subdue a Greek rebellion. Step by step, you increase your military prowess, strengthen yourself in the forge of combat, and become the Legatus everyone learns to both respect, and to fear.In Expeditions: Rome, you exert the will of Rome through your actions across the world stage, from the bright blue coasts of Greece to the deep forests of Gaul. Decide how people will view you, and Rome. Will you strike with an iron fist, or speak with a silver tongue? Will you embrace the political heritage of the Republic, or carve your own path as you navigate the complex politics of the Roman Senate? Every choice matters as you decide the fate of your legion, your close companions, and of Rome itself.
- Click the Download button below and you will be redirected to UploadHaven.
- Wait 5 seconds and click on the blue ‘download now’ button. We recommend using a download manager for faster download speeds. (You can use FDM which is free here, or any other download manager).
- Once the game is finished downloading, right click the .zip file and click on “Extract to Expeditions: Rome v1.5.zip” (To do this you will need 7-Zip, which you can get here, or you can use the built in windows extractor).
- Double click inside the Expeditions: Rome v1.5 folder and run the setup application. Accept the EULA, and install the game. Then, launch the game through the desktop shortcut.
Expeditions: Rome Free Download (v1.5)
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- Windows 7, 10 (64 bit)
- AMD FX-8350 X8 / Intel i5-4690K
- 8 GB RAM
- AMD R9 380 4GB / GTX 960 4GB
- Version 11
- 30 GB available space
- DirectX compatible
- Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system