March of the Eagles – first developer diary released

By Stephany Nunneley, Wednesday, 16 January 2013 17:01 GMT

The first developer diary has been released for March of the Eagles. Hosted by designer Chris King, the video shows the map changing through seasons and other on screen action. Also on display, is the two tiered model of “feeding and arming” your troops, which can lead to “difficult decisions about what to build and where to expand.” Formerly known as Napoleon’s Campaigns 2, March of the Eagles is a strategy wargame set during the Napoleonic Wars on both land and sea. It is set for release during Q1 2013.

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