Since we last checked in with Total War: Rome II, The Creative Assembly has revealed two further factions of an expected total of eight.
The Arverni are a tribe from Gaul which specialises in infantry, especially the use of javelins and the power of the charge. Their druid-led culture has made them a force to reckoned with among the Gallic tribes. The Arverni represent the unspeakable might of Gallic tribes, which eventually overran even Rome’s defences. In Total War: Rome II, the Arverni must look farther afield to expand – to Rome itself, or perhaps Britain.
The Suebi stand for another of Rome’s ongoing foes – the Germanic tribes. In combat, the Suebi go lightly armoured and clothed with large shields, and use light spears more often than swords. They tend to stick to ambushes and raids, but their elite units – Berserkers and Night Hunters – give better-equipped opponents reason to pause. Unfortunately their isolationist past makes it difficult for newly-conquered territories to accept them as rulers.
Source: Total War Wiki