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SEGA sent out a press release earlier today, revealing the release date of Total War: Attila, the latest addition to the Total War series. The game will be released the 17th February 2015 worldwide. In the same press release, SEGA also detailed the pre-order bonuses and the content of the special edition. 

Those who pre-order the game, will receive the DLC “Viking Forefathers Culture Pack” along with the game. The DLC pack adds 3 additional playable factions to the game: The Danes, The Jutes and The Geats. The pack can be bought separately for 7.99$.

SEGA also detailed the bonus content for those who purchase the special edition of the game. Total War: Attila’s special edition will contain:

  • Attila The Hun Biography
    Written by Nic Fields and published by renowned military history specialists Osprey Publishing, this brand-new Attila The Hun Biography is based on the latest academic research and theories. Beautifully illustrated with maps, archaeological photographs and specially commissioned artwork, it details the life, times and dark deeds of one of history’s most infamous warlords. This biography is only currently available as part of the Total War: ATTILA Special Edition.
  • Reference Guide Poster
    o This double-sided poster features original Total War: ATTILA campaign map artwork on one side, and a comprehensive playable faction reference guide on the other.
  • Viking Forefathers Culture Pack
    o Whether pre-ordered or purchased at launch, the Total War: ATTILA Special Edition includes this significant pack of content featuring three additional playable Norse factions.

Total War: Attila is set during the fall of the Rome. The territory that once was ruled by the most powerful empire of ancient history, is now plagued by pestilence and hunger. On the eastern Europe, warlords fight for power. Among those, Attila is the most ambitious one. He marches with a million riders and his target is Rome itself.

Total War: Attila will release the next 17th of February on PC and Mac in both physical form and digital distribution.

Luigi Savinelli

Staff Writer

Gamer since I can remember and now writer for your enjoyment. Can't say more. Those games will not play themselves

  • Cy

    A biography? Nice. *goes to pre-order*

  • Guest

  • Man. I was so disappointed with the launch of Rome 2. I pre-ordered the Collector’s Edition, couldn’t play it for 6 months until they released a patch that fixed whatever issue I had with the game. This game is not enticing me at all. It doesn’t look as good and feels like it’s going to be the exact same thing: a rushed, unfinished product that will be labeled as “complete” just so they can spew out another Total War game. The small amount of gameplay showcased in the trailers doesn’t look good. Check out the Viking Forefathers DLC, at 0:45. Look at those soldiers running, looks awful.

    I will probably buy it, either now or definitely in a sale.

  • Big Guy, For You

    Such a sleezy thing to do. CA knows TW want Viking factions and instead of putting them in the base game they make it pre-order DLC. I know I won’t be pre-ordering this I’ll wait for when it’s on sale when the game is probably working.

  • Luigi Savinelli

    whoops. Going to correct it thanks for the heads up

  • Zyr

    I absolutely love these videos that give an absolutely false impression of the game. The video is awesome, then game is bad.

  • cptk

    Quite a brave choice by CA/Sega I’m pleased with that!

    Temptation would be to go with another sequel or something really popular like the American Revolution but instead they picked something that will make a good game and was historically very important to Europe.