Total War: Attila video game developed by The Creative Assembly and published by Sega, released on 17 February 2015 for Microsoft Windows, OS X, and Linux. It is the ninth standalone game in the Total War series of video games.
The game anachronistically begins in 395 AD, during the transition from Late Antiquity to the early Dark Ages. While the title character will be able to become the leader of the Huns, he is not yet in power at the start of the campaign. Due to its setting near the Dark Ages, the game is possibly a spiritual successor to Rome: Total War: Barbarian Invasion.
The campaign map for Total War: Attila spans from Bactria to Lusitania and from Caledonia to Garamantia in the Sahara. Provinces are groupings of three regions, and each region within a province can be conquered separately. The number of cities and regions is different from Total War: Rome II, but the size of the map is similar. The map of Total War: Attila further extends into modern-day Russia in lieu of the eastern provinces of the Hindu Kush found in Total War: Rome II, shifting the player’s attention to the nomadic Huns. The largest settlement in a province is designated as the province capital. These province capitals have more building slots than the other settlements and are also walled at the start of the game, though in a change from Rome II the small settlements can eventually be upgraded to have walls.
At the dawn of the Dark Ages the Roman Empire descends into chaos due to volcanic changes rocking the empire as apocalyptic signs foretell of a great scourge to sweep across Europe. Upon the death of EmperorTheodosius I in 395 A.D., the empire is divided between his sons who each rule a half: Honorius in the West, and Arcadius in the east. Since the days of Diocletian it has become a custom to divide Rome as the pressures to govern the empire have become too much for a single emperor to handle. With the split of the empire both sides face multiple threats on all sides, including internal instability undermining each of the young emperors’ control as part of the long-term repercussions of the Third-Century Crisis. When the game begins, playing as the Western Roman Empire gamers will face waves of hordes entering their borders as the arrival of the Huns in the east and the devastation they have caused have forced them to flee in search of new homes. Since the death of Emperor Valentinian I and the division of the empire, the weaknesses in the West have rapidly begun to show and edge the empire closer to ruin. With depleted funds from centuries of internal mismanagement and corruption, the West is unable to muster an effective army to combat the invaders.
While players will start the campaign with vast territories under their command, it will quickly become a game of survival as Rome’s legions are stretched to breaking point to protect a decaying empire. The Eastern Roman Empire however has profited from the division to take control of the civilized world as it begins its transformation into a New Empire. With the new administrative capital in Constantinople serving as the gateway for trade between Europe and Asia along with economic reforms the eastern empire has become an economic powerhouse in the game. Yet the Eastern Romans face an initial threat from the Visigoths led by Alaric I in Greece, who makes a direct assault on Constantinople itself, and remain wary of the Sassanid threat in the east. The Romans must find new ways and technologies to cope with this changing world if they are to survive as the old technologies and antiquity systems no longer apply, along with the increasingly growing power of the Church becoming ever more influential. If gamers choose to play either of the Roman empires, they will be tasked with saving and preserving the once-great empire, and if possible unite Rome under a single emperor.
1. Install the game.
2. Go to the folder of the game => NODVD install Steam through SteamSetup.exe.
3. From the folder NODVD choose a tablet for your processor and extract the
files to the root folder of the game, along with the replacement.
4. Run Steam, authorization or entry in the account is not required,
it is enough to Steam just been launched.
5. Adjust ENG Language from ini file or by downloading only content/en.7z from:
5. Start the game through the shortcut on the desktop.
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• INTEL CPU – Core 2 Duo E6850 3.0GHz
• AMD CPU – Athlon II X3 455
• NVIDIA GPU – GeForce 8800 GTS 512MB
• AMD GPU – Radeon HD 2900 XT 512MB
• RAM – 3 GB
• OS – Win 7 64
• Direct X – 10
• HDD Space – 35 GB
• INTEL CPU – Core i5-2500T 2.3GHz
• AMD CPU – Phenom II X4 975
• NVIDIA GPU – GeForce GTX 560 Ti
• AMD GPU – Radeon HD 5870 1024MB
• RAM – 4 GB
• OS – Win 8.1
• Direct X – 10
• HDD Space – 35 GB