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If you haven’t got your hands on a copy of Total War: WARHAMMER yet, the newly released Dark Gods Edition might be just what you’re looking for.
If you’ve yet to add the award-winning ROME II to your collection, Total War: ROME II – Caesar Edition might be the perfect opportunity.
From Wednesday the 29th of August, there will be blood… in the form of the long-awaited Blood Pack for A Total War Saga: Thrones of Britannia!
Last weekend, eight top competitive Total War: WARHAMMER II players went head to head to decide who was worthy of calling themselves The Everchosen.
We’re nearly there with Thrones of Britannia now, and a few weeks back we invited some press and influencers to play the latest build. We let them loose with the factions of Gwined (Wales), Circenn (Scots), and Northymbre (post-Wedmore landed-gentry Vikings. Plot twist: still angry!). As this is the first in what we hope will be a series of Total War Saga titles, we are – understandably we hope – anxious to get it right, and we’ve been encouraged to hear the positive reactions to the many changes we’re making while we panel-beat the ATTILA engine into a leaner, sportier, more Anglo-Saxon shape. It’s been a delight to read and watch many of those impressions so far.
As we barrel towards spring at an alarming rate, Jack Lusted and his team have been busy working away on their new project, and we have a slew of new information to bring you. We recently invited press and content creators into our humble abode to take a sneak-peek at our first ever Total War Saga title, Thrones of Britannia. We handed over control of the faction of Mide, Our Irish Gaelic Kingdom led by King Flann Sinna, and our guests got their first taste of post-Viking-invasion Britannia, through the Total War lens. So, keep your eyes peeled for articles and videos from your favourite press outlets and content creators as they start appearing today, and we’ll have more on the Gaelic Kingdoms to show you ourselves in the next few weeks. But for now…