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Total War: ROME II - Desert Kingdoms Culture Pack DLC EU Steam CD Key

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Release date: 08/03/2018

The Desert Kingdoms Culture Pack introduces four new playable factions to Total War: ROME II. The Kingdoms of Kush, Saba and Nabatea fall under the African/Arabian subculture, while the Masaesyli are of Numidian origin. 

These factions are native to the deserts of Africa and Arabia. Surviving these harsh environmental conditions has forged them into hardy warriors who use the shifting desert sands to their advantage in battle. 

While culturally similar, each faction boasts unique new unit rosters which offer different military strengths. Each faction also has new building chains and technology trees, playing to their strengths and further differentiating their playstyles.

Meroe (The Kingdom of Kush)

A major regional power with vast resources derived from its trade in gold, jewels and exotic hides, Kush has been overshadowed by its more powerful and famous northern neighbour, Egypt. 

In the early 3rd century BC, king Ergamenes decided to wrest power away from the priests of Amun, and moved the capital from Napata to Meroe. The priests would no longer decide the fate of the kings and queens.

Nabatae

The Nabataeans were great builders and pioneers of advanced construction techniques. They were the first civilization to use cement extensively, and built remarkable watertight reservoirs, ensuring a plentiful supply of potable water. Even when under threat from powerful foes like the Seleucids and Judeans, their progressive society enabled them to flourish and prosper.

Saba

The Sabaean kingdom lies in the harsh lands of the southern Arabian Peninsula. Even in such inhospitable conditions, however, these ingenious people thrived. They built dams, invented new irrigation techniques and became masters of water-efficiency. The Sabaeans were also excellent sailors, and had strong trade relations with peoples across the Red Sea. 

Numidia

Prior to Numidia’s founding after the 2nd Punic war, its people were divided into two Berber tribes: the Massyli and the Masaesyli. Both were skilled warriors and there were many rivalries between them.

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samual7
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One of the more worthwhile DLC to add into the game. A new campaign that is much more interesting than other plus it add more unit in the Grand Campaign. Worth a buy
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samual7
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Was hoping they add an edition that include all the dlc in a bundle price, but this is a good starter pack. Mix and match on what you like on others DLC. Overall is a good purchase
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Tyris
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Total War: Rome II continues to entertain many players with the constant release of new content. Desert Kingdoms, puts us in front of four new factions
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Fantastic game. This climate is captivating. It takes long hours to sit through this game. I am very happy with my purchase. I hope the third part will be created :)
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9Luca4
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One o the greatest strategic game ever played! Worth all the money spent on it. Greatoly recommended the ccop mode that allows you to play with a friend of yours against cpu.
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