SEGA has released two new trailers for Total War: ATTILA that focuses on the game’s migrating barbarian hordes. The first cinematic trailer presents a bleak vision of life at the dawn of the Dark Ages, while the second offers more detail on hordes and the mechanics of migration.
In Total War: ATTILA, the Gothic people find themselves at a turning point. Furthermore, their homelands to the west of the Black Sea lie directly in the path of Attila The Hun’s terrifying ambition. As a result of that, the Goths had to learn to live as wayfarers, ranging far afield in order to find a secure, more fertile home.
Unlike traditional Total War factions, whose development relies on static towns and cities, these migrating hordes are free to rove the map and pitch their tents where they will.
Hordes represent the military might of an army combined with the economic, production and recruitment potential of a settlement, and offer players the first truly nomadic experience in Total War history.
Total War: ATTILA is currently planned for a February release on the PC.