The game made showing us the other side of this conflict will be called Total War: Mulan.
While The Creative Assembly’s Total War games are all known for their ridiculous sense of scale and ambition (seriously, you have armies of thousands of people on each side fighting each other), they are also noted for their historical settings. The games, by virtue of being games and having to make concessions because of that, may not always be the most accurate, but they are very well researched and steeped in history.
The new game, Attila, looks to be no exception if this newest video is anything to go by. The new video for the game, released as the latest episode of Rally Point, sees The Creative Assembly walk us through one of the nine historical battles that will be included in Total War: Attila, when it launches exclusively on PCs in February.
Check it out for yourself. Also take note of the amazing graphics and, as noted above, the strong historical flavor.
Let us just hope that Attila, when it launches, is a complete product and not rushed to launch, like Rome II was back in 2013.