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Mar 31, 2010
Shacknews - Chris Faylor
Despite the recent release of Napoleon: Total War, developer Creative Assembly is continuing to support its predeccesor Empire: Total War as a new update hit today.
The 1.6 update, now available as an automatic download through digital distribution platform Steam (which the game requires to run), brings a "large number of revisions to the Artificial Intelligence in real time battles," according to the company.
What effect will this have on the historical strategy game? As Creative Assembly puts it:
The AI has been improved to allow it to...