Total War: Attila has been updated with free and premium content, as well as the usual stack of little fixes.
A Total War: Attila update is now available, adding the new playable Garamantes faction for free.
“In the dying light of the 4th century, the Garamantians occupy a unique position,” the Creative Assembly wrote.
“From their north African strongholds, they can attack the now-troubled Roman Empire, forging their own path in the west, or strike out into the seas to explore the unknown. The world is changing, yet the Garamantians are poised to seize greatness no matter what.”
That’s not all the update does, of course; hit up the official Total War Wiki for full patch notes.
For those with a bit of cash to splash around, the Slavic Nations Culture is out now on Steam. As shown in the trailer below, the pack adds three new playable factions for both single- and multiplayer use – the Anteans, Sclavenians and Venedians.
“A hardy and mobile people, often seen as the last defence against the Huns, the Slavs range far and wide across the blasted Steppe to recolonise and bring new life to the abandoned earth,” the Creative Assembly wrote.
“When conflict occurs, they release withering hails of poison arrows on their foes. Whether through diplomacy or conflict, they offer the perfect counter to the Hunnic threat, and introduce a number of unique ways to play Total War: Attila in both Campaign and Battle.”