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Total War: Attila coming to PC next year

Creative Assembly has announced the next addition to its Total War series for release early next year. The star of the next game will be Attila the Hun, as the Huns attempt to wipe out the remnants of the Roman empire.

Features such as family and skill trees have been re-introduced to the game in order to expand upon the real time turn-based strategy system. Janos Gaspar, one of the people behind the game said that the team hopes that this new game will “enthrall” fans of the series: “With Total War: Attila we will create a Total War game that will challenge and enthrall fans of the series.”

Total War Attila

“We’re reintroducing some features that fans have been asking for, such as family trees and skill trees, and improving many of the core aspects of Total War we know are important to them.”

“But to really bring the period to life, we’re building on these foundations with many new strategic features for them to consider, such as advanced street-fighting, civilians, complete settlement destruction and dynamic fire that can rage across a city as armies clash. We want to push players to the limits of their skill to survive against the odds, and to love every minute of it.” [yframe url='http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Fv5O5TmNhw']

There's a new trailer for the game too, featuring Attila talking about his plans to crush the Roman empire before smashing a tea light and revealing his army behind him.

Total War: Attila is due to release on the PC and Mac early next year.

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KitGuru Says: We don't see many medieval games focus on the Huns so this should be a nice change of pace. Are many of you guys fans of the Total War series? Are you excited for this next addition to the series?

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