Panning for more Total War? There's a lot more on the way. Shaking up their usually timeline of Total War plans, Sega have now announced a whole-new series of games based around the established franchise.
In an effect to better keep its players up to date with the continuously expanding Total War franchise, the teams have begun a collective thread over on the Total War forums to keep players in the loop when it comes to progress with each currently relevant title.
It's still fairly early in the morning, but nothing gets you up quite like a deep, thumping soundtrack and a mysteriously moving figure. If you want both in your life, check out the newest Phoenix Point teaser trailer down below.
Whether its to entice users to send them $12 a month for a box of games they may or may not want, Humble Bundle are offering the original X-Com to anyone and everyone completely free of charge.
Hard at work even after the timely release of Darksiders: Warmastered Edition, news broke a few days ago that THQ Nordic recently closed a deal to snap up more games for their catalogue.
Good Old Games has announced that eleven new 2K games are now available from its catalog. The games include titles from the classic XCOM series, as well as the cult classic Freedom Force roleplaying games.
There is a lot of DLC out there for Total War: Attila, and that has rankled the feathers of more than a few series fans. Whether or not you appreciate the upsell of additional factions, the business strategy must be working, because another pack is out today.
It seems that people who purchased XCOM 2 already had played XCOM or Civilization V, according to Steam Spy on Twitter. The independent, Patreon-funded Steam watchdog posted graphs of common ownership to prove his point.
Sega has announced that as part of their Make War Not Love 3 promotion, the new Slavic Nations Culture Pack downloadable content pack for Total War: Attila will be given away for free on the 25th February.
XCOM: Enemy Unknown and its expansion Enemy Within were great reboots to the series for Firaxis and 2K Games. However, for those who can't get enough there are mods and among the modding community for XCOM, Long War is arguably the best. Even Firaxis and 2K seem to know this. They've reached out to Long War Studios to have mods for XCOM 2 ready at launch.