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Total War Attila Release Date Announced

by | @AttackFanboy | on December 3, 2014

Total War Attila

For the last few months, news on Total War Attila has been scant. There was the odd trailer that came out, but otherwise, SEGA and Creative Assembly hasn’t been giving us much to go on in anticipation for the game. However, in recent weeks, perhaps taking advantage of the lull in major title releases as the year draws to a close, there has been a minor frenzy in new information, the majority of which we will be sifting through and presenting to you in a timely manner. So make sure to check back to get your fix of Total War news!

However, the most important piece of inofmration, which is why you are presumably here, is that Total War Attila will be released on the 17th of February of next year. Of course, this does not account for potential delays that so often affect bigger titles, but it’s good to finally be able to put a date down at least.

Total War Attila is slated to be released for PCs on February 17 2015. You can pre-order the game now and get the first DLC, Viking Forefathers, for free in a deal not too dissimilar to what pre-orderers of Total War Rome 2 had with the Greek City States. Hopefully, Total War Attila’s release will not be as dramatic as Total War Rome 2’s.

Are you looking forward to playing Total War Attila? Let us know in the comments below!

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