NEW YORK October 28, 2008 Paradox Interactive today revealed new details and an in-game trailer surrounding Napoleon’s Ambition, one of two expansion packs included in Europa Universalis III: Complete. The in-game trailer highlights the exciting game play and features of the Napoleon’s Ambition expansion pack.
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Armed with Napoleon’s Ambition, leaders of nations will have access to more flexibility and choice in determining the course of their empires. The game’s timeline is extended to 1820, so aspiring generals can test their military might against the increasingly aggressive AI through all the battles of the French Revolution.
Features included in Napoleon’s Ambition:
The expanded timeline includes new content such as new leaders, rulers, advisor wars, countries and national ideas as well as dozens of new units for more tactical choices.
With hundreds of new events, players will be able to see their rulers, leaders and advisors appear on accurate historical dates.
The new trading mode for the map displays all goods that will be produced in each respective province, including the value of the goods. This means the ledger will have more pages, including information about colonies and leaders.
Enhanced Trading System
The new trading system will let players to automatically send merchants to specific trading centers. Players can choose the trading centers they most want to focus on, and the game will automatically take care of the necessary trading actions. This system also includes a new rule for overseas trade where players will have to use war or diplomacy to give merchants access markets.
Napoleon’s Ambition is available as part of a box set Europa Universalis III: Complete, which contains the popular Europa Universalis III strategy game and the Napoleon’s Ambition and In Nomine expansion packs.
Emperors-in-training can purchase Europa Universalis III: Complete in stores. The world’s great empires are yours for the taking, so don’t delay!