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 ?

 

spooler,

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.

 

matthewdev,

lemonater47,

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

 
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