Total War: Attila

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Total War: Attila
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Basic Information
Type(s)
Video Game
The Creative Assembly
SEGA
Total War
Real-time Strategy
Microsoft Windows and macOS
Steam
Steam Release(s)
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Retail Features
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Ratings
This title has been rated 16 by PEGI
Retail Localization Information
Interface Language(s)
EnglishFrenchItalianGermanSpanishCzechPolishRussianTurkish
Audio Language(s)
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Subtitle Language(s)
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United Nations International Release Date(s)
Microsoft Windows and macOS
February 172015
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Total War: Attila is the ninth game in the Total War series. Total War: Attila was built off of Total War: Rome II, and takes place during the Fall of Rome. There are a number of new mechanics and some elements from previous games that were removed in Total War: Rome II.

New Mechanics[edit | edit source]

There are new events that occur at certain turns, some o these events will give your empire positive public order while others will lead to unrest and civil war. Another new feature is how civil wars start, while it keeps some elements from Total War Rome 2 like the control over your faction, it adds new mechanics like loyalty. If a general or governor doesn't have a lot of loyalty to you there is a higher chance he will start a civil war. When a civil war starts it causes unrest across all of that empire. Nomadic tribes also have a new camp and horde feature, when a barbarian faction loses its capital it will turn into a horde. Another new feature is the plagues that can spread all over the empire, a plague will negatively affect that cities' public order.

Factions[edit | edit source]

  • Western Rome (Playable without DLC)
  • Eastern Rome (Playable without DLC)
  • Huns (Playable without DLC)
  • Alans (Playable without DLC)
  • Franks (Playable without DLC)
  • Ostrogoths (Playable without DLC)
  • Sassanid Empire (Playable without DLC)
  • Saxons (Playable without DLC)
  • Vandals (Playable without DLC)
  • Visigoths (Playable without DLC)

DLC Factions[edit | edit source]

  • Garamantians (Slavic Nations Culture Pack)

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