Total War: Attila: the release date, the special edition and the pre-order bonus

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Another instalment in the Total War strategy series, which is being developed by Creative Assembly studios, has got lots of fresh news recently. Thus, the Total War: Attila release date, the details about both the pre-order bonus and the project’s special edition have been revealed. Let’s start in order.

So, the Total War: Attila release date on PC is scheduled for February 17th, 2015. The game will come out in all regions without any exception. According to its publisher, the project is already available for pre-order in the specific online retailers, including Steam, Sega Store and others. All those who will accomplish this deal are guaranteed to get a free bonus for the Total War: Attila pre-order - the first expansion titled Vikings Forefathers Culture Pack. The DLC provides access to three Nordic factions - the Danes, the Geats and the Jutes. Each group has its own cultural and historical features, owns the unique vehicles - the land and the naval ones.


The players who are not going to make the Total War: Attila pre-order will be able to buy the abovementioned add-on at game’s launch. It will cost £5.99/€7.49/$7.99, depending on a region.

And there’s another pleasant news for the North American gamers. They can purchase not only a usual copy of the strategy but also the Total War: Attila special edition. Its price is unknown, however, it’s reported that the bundle consists of some interesting content. Besides the Vikings Forefathers Culture Pack DLC, the Total War: Attila special edition includes a double poster with a campaign map on one side and the description of the factions on the other. It also contains the Attila’s biography written by Nick Fields. The book is based on the latest research works and theories. It reveals the facts about the ruler of the Huns and have many interesting maps, archeological photos and different arts inside.

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