Rome Evolves as Vivendi Games Releases New Housing Screens for ‘Caesar IV’

July 14, 2006

Rome Evolves as Vivendi Games Releases New
Housing Screens for ‘Caesar IV’

Vivendi Universal Games today released 20 new
screenshots showcasing citizen class housing for their upcoming city-builder
title, Caesar IV. Developed by Tilted Mill, the game features a Rome populated
by plebians, equites, and patricians, each of which reside within their own
unique style of housing. As the game progresses and conditions are met,
structures evolve to meet ever-increasing standards – up to three steps for
plebians and equites, and nine steps for the patrician class. The latest
installment in the best-selling PC franchise is set to hit stores this
September.


Caesar IV PC screenshots
Click here to see all new Caesar IV screens.

In Caesar IV, players begin their imperial career
as governor of a province somewhere in the vast expanse of territory known as
the Roman Empire. With the help of trusted advisors and feedback from their
citizens, players plan, build and maintain cities and provinces with the
ultimate goal of becoming the next Caesar.

Spanning more than 100 hours of gameplay, Caesar
IV provides average gamers and history buffs alike the opportunity to build
their Rome into an economy-driven, militaristic juggernaut.