Total War: Attila DLC brings three new playable factions to Total War: Attila. The Langobards, the Burgundians and the Alamans, which may be used in single or multiplayer campaign modes and custom and multiplayer battles. Alongside new units, buildings and objectives, a new feature called ‘The Lay of Ybor’ presents the player with a series of linked narrative events, with a series of branching narrative choices. As the story draws to its conclusion, Ybor himself becomes available as a general for your armies, complete with traits that mirror the choices you have made.
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