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Unleashing the full horror of the Hun’s nomadic apocalypse, the Total War: Attila -Blood and Burning DLC brings in some truly brutal blood effects for the most ardent war mongerers. Decapitations, limb-lops, head-impaling, disembowelment and more are the order of the day in Blood & Burning. In addition to some good old-fashioned bloodletting, the DLC also adds diseased soldiers vomiting on the battlefield and burning animation.
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