Total War: Rome 2 giving out free Nomadic Tribes Culture Pack DLC until 29 October

Total War: Rome 2

By on October 23, 2013 at 4:02 pm

Yes, as noted in the headline of this article, owners of Total War: Rome 2 can grab the Nomadic Tribes Culture Pack DLC — here it is, on Steam — for free, instead of $7.99.

This offer is good until October 29, so be quick! Or don’t, you have plenty of time.

“Offering this DLC for free for the first week it’s on sale is a celebration and a small thank you to them for helping us make this the biggest Total War yet,” say Creative Assembly. Enjoy!

Source: Press Release

7 comments (Leave your own)

And so they should :P

Possibly was another cut faction before release anyway. But I appreciate the gesture.


$8 for that. It better bloody be free. Bad enough the Greek City States was $12.


While I took the free offer, I doubt I will play them as it turns out they only have cavalry units…


Have they fixed the game yet ?



In my mind a qualified yes. I think it’s a a stage where most of the glaring bugs have been fixed, however no game is perfect and this still has some work to go on it.


The game is in a much better state. The patch 5 state is the state the game could of come out as and be acceptable.

And they have said they are working a patch 7. Said that last week. So there’s still gonna be more patches to come.

CA is a developer who actually cares. They have said sorry several times and patched the game so damn fast.




Thanks guys, will pick it up at the end of my study period

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