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The studio was formerly known as Creative Assembly Australia, during its work on the Total War series. The main office of The Creative Assembly is located in the United Kingdom, and responsible for the more recent Total War: Shogun 2 and upcoming Total War: Rome 2.
Dubbed "The Peninsular Campaign," the downloadable add-on--available exclusively through Steam--brings a new campaign and numerous new units to the historical PC strategy game, including the ability to play as the Spanish, in exchange for $9.99.
The next proper entry in the Total War series, Shogun 2, is due sometime next year.
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New agents will also be added to the game: "the priest for Spain and Portugal, the provocateur for Britain and France, and one unique agent for the Spanish faction - the Guerrillero, as well as a host of new multiplayer features."
The original game was released on February 25, 2010 and is available digitally and at retail for $39.99.
The 1.6 update, now available as an automatic download through digital distribution platform Steam (which the game requires to run), brings a "large number of revisions to the Artificial Intelligence in real time battles," according to the company.
What effect will this have on the historical strategy game? As Creative Assembly puts it:
The AI has been improved to allow it to...