Sega has announced Total War: Attila, the follow-up to 2013's Total War: Rome II, will be released on Febuary 17, 2015 on PC worldwide, in both physical and digital formats.
Sega has announced the game Total War: Attila will be made available across all markets at retailers and through digital stores. Sega also confirmed that anyone who preorders Attila will receive the game's first expansion-pack for free at launch. The DLC, titled The Viking Forefathers Culture Pack, adds three playable factions to the game - the Danes, the Jutes and the Geats - each with unique land and naval units, traits and missions.
For players who don't pre-order, the DLC will be available as a separate purchase for £5.99 / €7.49 / $7.99.
The game will also come in a Special Edition, which will only be available as a physical version in North America. This contains a copy of the game and the Viking Forefathers Culture Pack DLC, as well as a 64-page book detailing the life of Attila the Hun, as well as a double-sided poster featuring the campaign map. Sega did not announce pricing.
Total War: Attila will include family and skill trees, new strategic features, and advanced features like street-fighting, civilians, complete settlement destruction and dynamic fire.
The last game in the series, Total War: Rome II, launched in September 2013, and sold 800,000 copies in its first month. It became one of Sega's best selling game's during the financial year, which ended in March 2014.