Download The Guild 2 Renaissance PC Game 2010

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Size to download: ten.27 GB. Version: V 4.211 ( [NEW VERSION]

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Memory: 1 GB
Processor: Intel Pentium 4 @ 1.5 GHz / AMD Athlon XP 1500+
Storage: 4 GB
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 6600 / ATI Radeon X1300 128 MB
OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10
Year: 2010
Developer: Rune Forge
Version: V 4.211 ( [NEW VERSION]

The Guild 2 Renaissance - Economic Strategy with Simulator Elements. How it is not difficult to guess from the title, the game will send you to Europe of the Renaissance Epoch. This is the time when a new order began to be installed. The power of the church and the feudalists began to go to the background, giving way to poetry, art and new technologies.

The era of the Renaissance is obliged to flow the trade, when the middle class became richer. At this time, printing machines appear, which brings a new way to distribute information and much more. Guild 2: Revival offers you not only to become a member of this era, but also be directly those who directly stood at the origins of her heyday.

This is the third and final addition to the original game. The Guild 2 Renaissance introduces 8 professions, including a mercenary, a gravist, a mason, a magician, an interpreter, banker, miller and gardener. Many different products, buildings for buildings have also been added, have improved different parts, effects and more. Addon significantly expands the possibilities of the original strategy. The global map has increased and three full-fledged scenariOS: transylvania, rhinland and alps.

The developers modified artificial intelligence and trained it with additional features. Significant refinement received a system of titles and nobility. In addition, there has been a huge number of settings and modifications capable of changing the levels of complexity, function "Measiery of God" and much more. Now you can configure the game for personal preferences.

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