Official Total War: Attila Assembly Kit mod tools released

Plus Steam Workshop support, plus 60GB of raw data.

Official mod tools and Steam Workshop support for Total War: Attila have arrived. And no, there are no paid mods.

The Attila Assembly Kit (in beta) is the most extensive yet, and offers a trio of lad-named tools: DaVE (database editing); BOB (processing of raw data); TeD (creation of individual battlefields for land, sea and sieges); and Terry (campaign map editing).

In addition, there's a Terrain Raw Data resource pack that includes a gigantic 60GBs of in-game production data to mess around with.

Hit-up the Total War Wiki (and then ask the community) for any help.

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