Total War: Attila and five other Total War games get free Steam weekend

The Creative Assembly is offering up half a dozen Total War games for a free Steam weekend. To celebrate, Total War: Attila is getting some new content.


There have been generations of great wars and The Creative Assembly has been celebrating various eras of war for years through the Total War franchise. This weekend, the developer is offering up something special for Steam users. Anyone on Steam will get a free weekend of Total War. Which Total War? Abotu half a dozen of them!

From now until 1PM PT on Sunday, June 28th, Steam users will be able to play through many of the Total War games available. This includes the recently-released Total War: Attila, as well as Total War: Rome II, Total War: Shogun 2 (and the Fall of the Samurai expansion), Empire: Total War, Napoleon: Total War, and Medieval II: Total War. With the exception of Attila, all of the aforementioned Total War games will also be on sale, as will their DLC packs.

To celebrate this news, Total War: Attila is getting a new campaign pack called The Last Roman, along with a free playable faction called the Suebi. This will take players onto a new campaign map, where they'll look to retake the former Western Roman Empire. The trailer for this new campaign can be seen below.

More details on Steam's free Total War weekend can be found here. As for Total War: Attila, here are the game's latest patch notes.

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