March of the Eagles out now, launch trailer released

By Brenna Hillier, Monday, 18 February 2013 22:50 GMT

The latest entry in Paradox Interactive’s stable of intricate strategy titles is March of the Eagles, a minutely-detailed look at a ten year slice of the Napoleonic Wars. It’s not the centuries-long spans you often see in grand strategy efforts, but that’s because March of the Eagles is focused on war, not empire buildings. Flex your commander muscles by picking up the newly-released effort through one of a number of PC digital distributors for $20. A launch trailer is available through the break.

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March Of The Eagles

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