Shogun 2 Ikko Ikki warrior monk clan DLC

Available now for 2.99.

Total War: Shogun 2 has new downloadable content that adds the mysterious warrior monk Ikko Ikki clan to the game.

The Ikko Ikki Clan Pack costs 2.99 on Get Games.

The Ikko Ikki clan can be used in solo and multiplayer campaign modes, as well as in custom and multiplayer battles.

The Ikko Ikki clan has eight unique unit variants, its own skill trees and a snazzy Monk Agent.

Also in the Ikko Ikki pack are warrior nuns, which can be used by all clans except the Ikko Ikki, a Naginata Warrior Monk hero, the historical Nagashima (Ikko Ikki vs. Oda) battle, and avatar hood, robe and barefoot leg armour pieces.

Creative Assembly believes that Shogun 2 is "the best Total War game" it has ever made.

Eurogamer awarded Total War: Shogun 2 a mouth watering 9/10.

"Those after a sumptious, weekend-whittling strategy epic heaving with flavour and challenge can reach for their uchi-bukuro with confidence," wrote Eurogamer. "This is a corker."

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