By David Fernandes / February 11th, 2013
Paradox Begins Preparations for February’s Attack On Available Time
NEW YORK – February 11, 2013 – With its release one short week away, armchair strategists and desktop generals can get a jump on their planning by pre-ordering “March of the Eagles”, the latest historical strategy game from Paradox Development Studio and Paradox Interactive, makers of last year’s hit game Crusader Kings II.
Available February 18 on major digital distribution channels for $19.99, “March of the Eagle”s serves as a perfect introduction to Paradox’s celebrated grand strategy games with a laser focus on a single decade of play and one major focus of attention – warfare! When placing a pre-order, future conquerors of Europe will receive a 10% discount off the game, as well as a free copy of “Sengoku”, Paradox Interactive’s character driven grand strategy game, where you play as the head of an illustrious Samurai family in feudal Japan. To purchase “March of the Eagles”, head to the official site linked below.
Lead one of the great powers or any of the minor nations of Europe through the eventful years of the Napoleonic Wars. Research new ideas to improve your military skills, seize the objective provinces to establish your dominance, and take down anyone that stands in your way. “March of the Eagles” is also a cutthroat multiplayer game for players of all skill levels, as alliances shift to whoever has the advantage while always keeping an eye on the balance of power.
Pre-order “March of the Eagles” now, and don’t forget to tune in to a special multiplayer streaming event on at 7 p.m. GMT (11 a.m. PST) on Monday, February 11 as the development team will split into teams of four and then proceed to backstab each other, showing you how to make yourself the master of Europe. To view the broadcast, head over to Paradox Interactive’s official Twitch TV channel at www.twitch.tv/paradoxinteractive.
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