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Biggest Total War screenshot ever taken is really big


So many pixels!

I was never aware that creating gigantic panoramic screenshots of games was a thing, but after seeing this huge picture of the Massacre of Teutoberg Forest I wish more people did stuff like this. The image is 30,000 by 9,785 pixels and was created by the guys at the Total War Wiki using Total War: Rome II.

While it's possible to see the whole image on your screen at one time, I highly recommend that you zoom in and pan around just to get the full effect of how massive this picture is.

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