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Rise of Prussia Pre-orders Open

Rise of Prussia is now available for pre-order, and a YouTube trailer has been released to celebrate.

IN STORES posted on 1 MAR 2010 8:48am by Scott Parrino

NEW YORK Ė March 1st, 2010 Ė Paradox Interactive today announced the pre-order program for AGEODís upcoming 18th-Century strategy game, Rise of Prussia, which gives gamers a 75% discount on AGEODís acclaimed Birth of America 2. The discount is extended to anyone who purchases Rise of Prussia via most participating digital distributors, including GamersGate. Rise of Prussia is also on track for release on the 9th of March via the most major digital distributors. In addition Paradox has released a new gameplay trailer displaying off the detailed game map. See the trailer here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S5Yp6ALOp3o Rise of Prussia Features:
  • Over 100 new leaders with individual portraits, and 300 types of units
    • 10 Scenarios:
    • 1 Battle Scenario Saxony 1756 to enter the game
    • 6 Annual Campaigns Scenarios, for each year between 1757 and 1763
    • 1 Grand Campaign Scenario 1756-1763
    • 2 Tutorial Scenarios
  • Map covering all of Germany and surrounding vicinity, with over 1,000 different regions offering plenty of room for manoeuvering
  • New events and a wide set of options for you to customize your strategy
  • Streamlined command system based on the hierarchy system seen in American Civil War and Napoleonís Campaigns, allowing for historical army command, organization, and structure
  • Brand new system for recruiting units, allowing players to choose and purchase forces during the annual and grand campaigns
  • New system of historical events, allowing multiple-choice events and answers, enhancing flexibility and increasing replayability
  • Additional interface helpers introduced to ease player interaction with the game, like the new Army Outliner system
  • New functionalities to find your armies and see your supplies and assets
  • Advanced AI
  • Widely extended manual and player aid


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