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The Last Roman Campaign Pack, the largest expansion yet for this year’s Total War: Attila. The downloadable content adds a massive new campaign map to play, as well as adding five new playable factions, including the Roman Expedition, Ostrogoths, Vandals, Franks and Visigoths. Total War: Attila - The Last Roman is set in AD533, and the Western Roman Empire has been wiped off the map. There is but one hope - the Roman Empire of the East, who are now tasked to reinvade the West and reclaim the land from the barbaric hordes that have swept across Europe. The new and updated campaign map featuring in The Last Roman is a localised version of Western Europe, with a total of 35 provinces spread across 100 regions. All of the new factions come with a host of new units, technologies and buildings, while the Roman Expedition even has an entirely new building tree with more advanced technology.
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