I forgot to change the writing, the game will still say 0.3 after installing. Sorry. Please follow the link in the description below to TWC where a full...
I will say this first and last, MOD DB is only used as a hosting site. To see the latest information about DaC please read the first post in this thread:
Total War Centre
In that thread you will find a bug list, some extra information regarding features, a full changelog of work done and work included in the next patch, the most up to date pictures of new units and much, much more.
Divide and Conquer is the biggest Third Age total War submod of all time. After all these years we finally got a release again. It contains tons of new factions, units, scripts, 2d and more! Many might have played it already back in 2009, it has been in developement for over 4 years now, but that was a very uncomplete release by a completely different team. With an almost completely new team Divide and Conquer restarted the work almost 2 years ago and this is the result. Lots of new factions, units, scripts and 2d, all made and tested by experienced Total War modders.
For all the change logs, known bugs and useful information head to our thread at TWC:
Divide and Conquer
We have had countless reports of people not getting the mod working. Over on TWC we have detailed instructions and a very active community. Here on ModDB we only have the latter so here are the fixes to all your problems.
If you do all of the above, the game will work. I guarantee it! This applies to Steam and non-Steam. Now if you have any problems, post on the main page of DaC. NOT in the comments of any of the news articles or pictures or downloads.
I am the only active member of the team who uses ModDB and I am eternally grateful to those of you who answer peoples questions. You help me out no end! I do read ModDB almost every day so your posts don't go unnoticed. This article should now solve everyone's problems and I expect all of those who have issues to have done the above before saying they have an issue.
Berio i refn-en-alph len.