Total War: Attila Celebrates St. Patrick's Day with New Celtic Factions
Creative Assembly addresses one of the more common complaints about Total War: Attila.
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In honor of St. Patrick's Day, Creative Assembly announced the Celts Culture Pack containing several new Celtic factions and missions for Total War: Attila. Reflecting their historical role, Celtic units focus heavily on mobility, guerrilla warfare, and raiding.
Until now, Celtic factions have been unplayable and represented with Scandinavian or Roman units, causing a few complaints to crop up on the Steam forums. The content pack should help flesh out the rather distinct tribes associated with what is now Ireland, creating a unique style of play in the process.
No release date or price has been announced for the culture pack.
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