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Post by Dan @ 10:34am 11/04/13 | 3 Comments
Not content with the previous 29063x3872 pixel panoramic screenshot of the city of Carthage in the upcoming strategy title Total War: Rome 2, Creative Assembly has gone even bigger, presenting a 30000 x 9785 pixel depiction of Teutoberg Forest.
Recreating the massacre of Teutoberg Forest in the Total War™: ROME II engine was no small task, and we thought it deserved a panoramic screenshot of its own. At 30000 x 9785 pixels, Welcome to the new WORLD’S BIGGEST TOTAL WAR SCREENSHOT!
You can either take a look at the giant image in this scrolling interface, or download the full 180MB JPG image here.

Total War: Rome II is due later this year on PC.

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Posted 12:46pm 11/4/13
I'm so pumped for this. The first Rome is one of my fav games ever. Cannot wait to play that era again with all the improvements the Total War series has had since then. It's going to be epic.
Posted 04:17pm 11/4/13
Yep, loved rome. Was my most played TW until i played Empire. Am yet to try shogun 2.
Posted 04:47pm 11/4/13
Now you guys know I'm the last to nitpick, but the term "screenshot" implies it is a shot of a screen, so what screen can handle 30000 x 9785 and where can I get one?

It certainly is a mighty resolution, but can Crysis run it?
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