Napoleon: Total War gets two new DLCs

SEGA announced today that two new DLC unit packs are available now for the multi award-winning strategy title Napoleon: Total War. Players can now bolster their forces with powerful, unique units drawn from the great legions of the Napoleonic era and brought vividly to life on the battlefield.
Previously available only as part of the exclusive Napoleon: Total War Imperial Edition, the Heroes of The Napoleonic Wars unit pack contains 10 superior battlefield units. This pack includes the veteran cavalrymen of the 15th British Hussars, the close-combat specialists of the 1st East Prussian Grenadier Battalion, and the deadly Moscow Musketeers, capable of unleashing massed volleys of fire before performing devastating bayonet charges.
Also available now is the Imperial Eagle Pack, containing new units that were previously available only with the original boxed-copy launch, or as pre-order extras. With the Imperial Eagle Pack installed, players can field 11 famous units, such as the mighty Grand Battery of The Convention, and Great Britain’s HMS Elephant: a colossal ship-of-the-line capable of thunderous broadsides. Also included are two brand-new units: Austria’s heavily-armoured Archduke Ferdinand Cuirassiers, and Russia’s elite Lifeguard Cossacks, who specialise in lightning-fast hit-and-run cavalry charges.
Heroes of the Napoleonic Wars and the Imperial Eagle Pack are available now on Steam, priced at GBP £1.99 / USD $3.25 / EUR €1.99 / AUD $3.95 RUB 69p.

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