Paradox Development Studio have released a demo for the very recently released war strategy March of the Eagles that places you in command of a great power in one of the most climactic periods of European history; the Napoleonic Wars.
Using the same engine as Crusader Kings II, March of the Eagles places a much larger importance on the spoils of war and your ability to take on the land and sea. The demo is available now from Steam and limits you to playing as Prussia; sandwiched between the might of France and the inexhaustible masses of Russia. All single player features are available to you including a tutorial and hint system, however there is no multiplayer capabilities so if you want to take down in your friends in up to 32-player battles then you’ll just have to invest a little money and take on the powers of Europe.
March of the Eagles is available now from all good digital distribution sites for £14.99, why not try out the demo and see if you are up to taking on the mighty France.