March of the Eagles, Paradox new Grand Strategy War Game

Posted by Germany - WW2 Rhazak in Regimental News on Wednesday 13 February @ 23:04

March of the Eagles banner

Given the nature of our regiment I should think most of you has some interest in the Napoleonic Wars so I thought it prudent to announce that Paradox is releasing a new Grand Strategy game set in the Napoleonic wars on February 18th. It is much in the same vein as the Europa Universalis/Victoria/Hearts of Iron games, some of the features are:

  • Take command: Rise in power in the era of the Napoleonic Wars, the ten years of conflict in Europe between the years 1805 – 1820, and move on to claim the control of Europe

  • Lead your nation: Attack your opponents and defend your nation’s border while the tension rises in Europe. Expand your nation with war, negotiation and keep your empire from falling apart

  • Europe is at your feet: Explore a historical topographic map in full 3D with a complete view of Europe

  • Command your troops: Use the combat order system and manage your troops to secure as much power as possible

  • Experience true warfare: Organize your armies, manage logistics, raid your enemy's supply lines and manage your leaders, produce units and set the strategy for your army and fleet management

  • Use diplomacy: Form coalitions against other major powers

  • Explore the new idea system: Embrace new technology, military tactics and economical organization to customize your nation, using the idea system to reform your nation and rise from defeat

  • Become the dominant power of Europe: Experience the Victory System that allows you to dominate the other powers on land and at sea, with the ultimate goal to establish lasting supremacy over Europe

  • Multiplayer: Battle against your friends in this heavily multiplayer focused game where you can engage in multiplayer for up to 32 players

And it seems you will be able to recruit specific units, the old guard being very likely to be among them, as well as detailed after-battle reports such as:

"Hour 9, Marechal Ney ordered a charge against the Russian flank and cut a bloody swath through their ranks forcing them to retreat in panic and was able to capture their battle standard."

You can pre-order it on Steam and Gamersgate right now for 10% off and you receive a free game; Sengoku, it's pretty much Crusader Kings II in feudal Japan.

And here's a Multiplayer preview from Rock Paper Shotgun. Apparently it's good.

Steam Store


Oh goody....another Map reading game. How you guys find this thing slightly enjoyable is beyond me.

#1Wednesday 13 February @ 23:38 by England CharlieWJM

Honestly Charlie, I like strategy games like this, but I often ask my self the same damn question.

#2Thursday 14 February @ 00:04 by Hungary Lololol

How dare you speak about strategy games like this?! Sad I like them Sad

#3Thursday 14 February @ 04:34 by Germany - WW2 Emprah

Like because of this splendid display of our fabulous accent ! Laughing

#4Thursday 14 February @ 13:58 by Europe Manu

got it pre-ordered Laughing

#5Thursday 14 February @ 17:16 by Canada vinceDprince

You cannot define ALL strategy games off this piece of shit. Yes there is alot of strategy that goes into this game, no doubt about that. But how you find this "fun" is just wrong. I shall stick to total war, European escalation and men of war type Strategy games.

#6Friday 15 February @ 00:31 by England CharlieWJM

Oy, calling PDS games "a piece of shit" is just silly. Fair enough that you can't get into them, they're relatively complex games. But they ARE good.

Total War (mostly), Men of War etc. deal with tactics. Moving individual units around on a battlefield. Which is also fun, in a completely different way.

PDS games deal with strategy - supplying your forces, building them up, in this case putting together the armies, deciding who leads it and then manouvring the armies to take out the enemy. Plenty of stuff to do. Respect it or leave it Wink

#7Friday 15 February @ 01:07 by Norway Ograv

Did I hit a nerve there? Tongue
You guys have fun spending £30-£40 on this thing. I will go and buy a map at a petrol station for £2

#8Friday 15 February @ 13:10 by England CharlieWJM

lol idk how much 18$ in euros but i think its pretty good

#9Friday 15 February @ 14:47 by Canada vinceDprince

looks good

#10Tuesday 19 February @ 16:36 by USA munk


#11Tuesday 26 February @ 18:01 by Canada connor

The glorious French Empire

#12Saturday 16 March @ 14:34 by USA ChristopherTF