The Cossacks sold very well, but that was not the merit of the US market. Overseas, gamers stayed with the concurrent games, so CDV and GSC Game World launched a new title for the local market, American Conquest. The slightly slower but more tactical gameplay required more strategic determination from players – some loved it for that, some hated it for that. In any case, the American Conquest series was born and began its worldwide distribution.

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The success of American Conquest cried out for a complement and was heard in the form of Fight Back. Featuring several new races, units, campaigns and trivia, the pack perfectly expanded the base game to become a standalone title. 

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American Conquest: Divided Nation is a real odd-one-out. On the one hand, it’s not a GSC Game World creation, it’s being developed by Revolution Strategy, commissioned by rights-holding CDV, but with the help of the Ukrainian guys. On the other hand, it was released in 2006, when the visuals were getting pretty dated – the same year saw the release of Company of Heroes, Faces of War, WarFront: Turning Point and Warhammer: Mark of Chaos. But its massive gameplay was not diminished by its late arrival. Also a standalone game.

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