The strategy genre can be a little intimidating sometimes. It isn't necessarily the most transparent kind of game and starting a new one can be daunting. Even if you're an old hand at strategy titles, transitioning from a favorite legacy game to a new one brings its own set of challenges. The developers of Total War: Rome II
have a whole suite of intros and tutorials for people getting into the new game, which launches September 3rd. Each section in the new How to Play
page on the Total War website goes over what you'll need to start out in Rome II, just in case you haven't been knee-deep in the beta for months. I have a buddy who is really excited for Rome II so I'll definitely be suggesting this new tutorial series to him.
A new tutorial hub has been post on the Total War Wiki that will help new players and refresh old players alike with the basics of playing Total War: ROME II: wiki.TotalWar.com/w/How_To_Play
Covering the essentials from moving and attacking to a selection of new features like army stances; the hub includes just a few of the tutorial videos you’ll have access to in-game on September 3rd which will help you conquer the ancient world.
What’s more, Creative Assembly have announced 24 hour community and technical support for the first two weeks from launch. If you have gameplay or technical questions around ROME II, post in the forum here for the fastest possible response to your query from the dev team: