Monuments Korostyshev is the third expansion pack for Total War: Rome II. It features three new factions, including the Roman Republic and the Goths. Its special new units include gladiators and gladiator brawlers. The Empire and the Celts gain a new leader, Theodosius.
The Republic is an autonomous nation in central Italy, ruled by a series of local leaders. Their capital is Rome. Their unique unit is the Roman Centurion, a new infantry unit that is made up of a triarii and spearman. The consul is their most important general, able to command a legion from his own city.
The Goths have a permanent base at Walachia and a mobile army, comprising horse archers and warriors who double as cavalry, and gladiators. Like the Romans, they have two different army leaders, Theodoric and Madogian.
The Celtic sub-faction of the Empire, led by Deiotarus Sumaria, gains access to a new unit – the war chariot. It is an ancient machine, which was used during the war with the Goths to win some victories against them. Памятники Коростышев
Tribunes lead armies in both campaigns, commanded by their lieutenants. They do not include a certain number of troops per unit, but instead use a specific army command card which lets them command an army. Other new units include Corbulo and the Cimbri. The Cimbri are horse archers, and Corbulo is the leader of a cavalry unit, the Centuria.
New Campaign Map: The third addition to Total War: Rome II, MonumentsKorostyshev, brings with it some new and exciting features to the series. The new factions are introduced, and the game has been simplified. The interface is more appealing, and the game is faster than before.
It is likely that with Monuments Korostyshev, Total War: Rome II will have become even faster paced. The game should be able to handle a larger number of units and armies at once, and thus, the battles may become even more chaotic.