Major campaign update available for download

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To celebrate this Friday’s UK launch of Cossacks: Back to War, CDV Software Entertainment has a free gift for all Cossacks players – a brand new campaign entitled ‘Enemy of the Crown’. The campaign – which had previously been accessible only as part of individual media promotions – is now available to all Cossacks fans free of charge from our download page.

‘Enemy of the Crown’ has been designed differently than any official campaign to date and is based on true historical events that took place between 1740-1764 in the corrupt Tsar-ruled Russia. The campaign is different from the mass of Euro/Arabic campaigns that came with the Cossacks titles – particularly regards to graphical scenery, using winter-snow and spring-mud based maps. The campaign eases the player in with small maps and individual unit-based combat, gradually working up to small bands, then onto a full formation based assault of the fortress, and ending with a number of huge battlefield clashes. The campaign ends in the liberation of Russia and the appointment of a rightful Tsar with the destruction of Elizabeth.

Cossacks: Enemy of the Crown is a brilliant addition to the Cossacks family,” says Leo Zullo, marketing manager, CDV Software Entertainment UK. “Although obviously not a full expansion pack in the sense that Back to War is, it’s an accomplished campaign which easily reminds Cossacks players why they fell in love with the game in the first place. And then they can check out Back to War, which is bigger and better in every respect.”

Cossacks: Enemy of the Crown’ is available to download now, and requires Cossacks: The Art of War to run.

Cossacks: Back to War will be released on Friday, 18th October, priced £19.99. It is a stand-alone expansion back, but will also work with previous versions of Cossacks.

 

DOWNLOAD ENEMY OF THE CROWN CAMPAIGN (13,3 Mb)

 


INFORMATION ABOUT THIS CONTENT:

Originally posted: Cossacks.com (LINK) (ARCHIVED)

Date of publish: 17.10.2002

Author: unknown

Language of publish: english

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