Post by KostaAndreadis @ 02:58pm 25/11/15 | 0 Comments
King Charles, 'Charlie The Great', 'Champagne Charlemagne', is one of those historical names that you've probably heard before but aren't quite sure where it fits. Well, the answer to that would be the Middle Ages, and in Europe, where he was both a King and an Emperor. So, a double threat. And Charlemagne will be the focus of the next, and biggest, expansion for Total War: Atilla. Coming December 10, the action is pushed forward to the year 768 AD and the dawn of the Medieval era.
Some highlights of the new expansion.
Huge new Campaign, set at the dawn of the Middle Ages.
Enter the Medieval era with Knights, Housecarls and a new illuminated UI art style.
8 Playable factions with all new Units, Tech and Buildings.
New game features with Story-based and Kingdom Events.
Perhaps the most impressive thing about this expansion is that it feels true to the term. By setting it a few hundred years after the barbarism and volatile nature of Attila's world, the Middle Ages, new time-appropriate units, stained glass artwork, and focus on Kingdoms, should be anough to warrant another go at a more traditional Total War before the arrival of the Orks, Wizards, and Goblins of Total War: Warhammer.
Total War: Attila – Age of Charlemagne can be pre-purchased on Steam for $13.49 USD.