June 10, 2024

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Anno 117: Pax Romana Coming in 2025

Anno 117: Pax Romana, revealed during Ubisoft Forward and launching in 2025, will take the city-building franchise all the way back to Ancient Rome. As a governor, you will build up the empire and direct its fate, choosing whether to forge its destiny through dominance or economic growth.

Aiming to be the biggest, most detailed Roman simulation to date, Anno 117: Pax Romana follows the Anno franchise's traditional emphasis on construction, not destruction. As governor, you'll be able to build up a province in Latium or the Celtic land of Albion as you see fit, managing everything from aqueducts to naumachia naval battles in your coliseum, and whether you spread Roman culture or adopt Celtic traditions will be up to you.

Anno 117: Pax Romana launches in 2025 for PC via Ubisoft Connect, PS5, Xbox Series X|S, and Amazon Luna, and will be included with a Ubisoft+ Premium subscription. Be sure to add it to your wishlist today!

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