Medieval II: Total War Collection coming to Mac and Linux via Steam

Feral Interactive announced today that Medieval II: Total War™ Collection will be released on Steam for both Mac and Linux on January 14th. Developed by Creative Assembly and published by SEGA for Windows in 2006, Medieval II: Total War has received a wealth of critical praise since for its historical reach and immersive gameplay.

The Medieval II: Total War Collection combines thrilling real-time battles and sophisticated turn-based strategy in a vast campaign that spans five centuries and encompasses the Crusades, the spread of plague and the proliferation of gunpowder. As a warrior king, players will lead one of 17 factions to supremacy in the medieval world with an artful mix of diplomacy, commerce and war.

On the campaign map, players will build their empire’s infrastructure, cities and trade routes, then master the art of diplomacy to disarm enemies, empower allies and gain the favour of the Pope. On the battlefield, they will conduct siege warfare, command thundering cavalry charges and lead their armies into epic clashes that will bring entire kingdoms to their knees.

The Medieval II: Total War Collection contains the Kingdoms expansion, which includes four standalone campaigns: Discovery of the Americas, Britannia, Crusades, and the Teutonic Campaign.

“We’re delighted to bringing one the best-loved Total War games to Mac and Linux,” said David Stephen, Managing Director of Feral Interactive, “Medieval II: Total War Collection is a bona fide strategy classic and our most-requested port.”
Medieval II: Total War Collection retails for US $24.99/£18.99/€22,99 on Steam, the Feral Store and other third party stores.

Medieval II: Total War and Medieval II: Total War Kingdoms are also available separately via Steam and retail for US $19.99/£14.99/€19,99 and US $11.99/£8.99/€11,99 respectively.

A minisite dedicated to the game is available now at

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