On July 23, 2019, SEGA filed a new trademark listed as Total War Saga: Troy.
The highly acclaimed Total War Saga will seemingly be tackling the epic war over the ancient city of Troy. A recently filed trademark from SEGA revealed that the next edition will be titled Total War Saga: Troy. The news came to us via Twitter user Nibellion who posted the official registry of the trademark on social media.
SEGA has trademarked Total War Saga: Troyhttps://t.co/aiOdhqX6wv
— Nibel (@Nibellion) August 9, 2019
As stated in the post, gamers could be treated to reveal later this year at Gamescom, as SEGA has teased a new AAA announcement for the show. However, nothing has been officially confirmed thus far from SEGA so stay tuned for more updates.
A Total War Saga is a spin-off series that focuses on particular battles and flashpoints from history. The first game, Thrones of Britannia released last year, while the 2012 Total War: Shogun 2 expansion ‘Fall of the Samurai’ was recently rebranded as A Total War Saga game, as it “has been used as a goalpost to inform the development of subsequent Saga titles.”
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