‘Total War: Attila’ Review Round-up

The newest installment in the Total War franchise is here! After the disaster that was Rome 2 (especially early on), will we finally have a worthy successor? Here’s what the critics think:

It seems that so far, ‘Total War: Attila’ is recieving generally favorable reviews, currently holding a score of 80 on Metacritic.

Polygon describe the game as “a satisfying simulation of a world in chaos”, giving the game a score of 8 out of 10.

GameSpot’s review gives it a 7 out of 10, praising the game’s battles, but criticizing the cluttered interface.

IGN describe the game’s campaign mode as a great experience, complimenting the work on the AI. Their review gives it a score of 8.1 out of 10.

Fans of the Total War franchise also think the game is worth a try. Currently, Attila holds 83% on its Steam Store page. Both the critics and the fans applaud the game’s beautiful world map, diplomacy, and changes to combat, reasurring us that Attila is not just a standalone DLC for Rome 2.

Total War: Attila came out back in February 17th, and focuses on the barbaric invasions of the Roman Empire. It is currently available for purchase on Steam for the price of $44.99.

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