Field of Glory – Empires – Persia : première images

Slitherine a dévoilé aujourd’hui une future première extension pour sa très réussie simulation d’empires et de batailles antiques. Jeu qui va passer de la glorieuse époque de Rome à celle où la Grèce et Sparte rivalisaient pour la suprématie sur le monde hellénique tandis que l’empire voisin des Achéménides ne cessait de croître rapidement.

Au menu, du nouveau contenu spécifique pour les factions du jeu, la possibilité de fédérer des barbares, de former de nouvelles colonies, ou encore de lancer les jeux olympiques.

Pour plus d’informations sur Field of Glory – Empires – Persia, actuellement en phase bêta accessible par ici, et dont la date de sortie n’est pas encore connue, voyez cette page chez l’éditeur.

Concernant Field of Glory – Empires, voyez cette page chez l’éditeur ou celle-ci sur Steam, puis notre article Field of Glory – Empires : veni, vidi, ludi ! Ou encore ce dossier Field of Glory – Empires : trucs et astuces et ce précédent AAR Les guerres des Gaules dans Field of Glory – Empires (3).

Concernant Field of Glory II, voyez cette page chez l’éditeur ou celle-là sur Steam. A lire également en complément notre AAR sur la bataille d’Alésia, puis ce récit de partie sur la bataille de Marathon, cet AAR sur une bataille rapide prenant pour cadre César en Britannia, ou ce précédent récit de partie sur la bataille de Larissa. Et bien entendu notre test.



Field of Glory: Empires Persia DLC is coming soon

Rome wasn’t built in a day. Actually, it took centuries for the Latin city just to conquer the Italian boot. A story all Field of Glory: Empires players know very well, since Slitherine’s Grand Strategy 4x is set exactly during the Rise of Rome era.

Following the huge success of FOG: Empires, Slitherine is now announcing its first DLC: Persia. It will take all players back in time – 200 years before Empires’ original setting, when Rome was nothing more than a small and remote city on the Italian coast, still fighting for survival against her closest enemies. The cradle of all things military and cultural was still Greece. Divided into small city states like Athens and Sparta, they constantly fought internal wars but were able to unite to stand against the most dangerous threat, the Persian invasion from the East, and ultimately conquer the Empire of Empires with Alexander.

Field of Glory: Empires – Persia 550 – 330 BCE DLC adds a full new campaign. Same Mediterranean map, totally new custom content for each faction in the game. Every nation will receive new sets of tools to further their goals alongside a totally revamped system of Impediments and Perks. Federate with some barbarians, form new colonies, decide to declare the Olympic Games, and many more options available!

Major nations of this time have a “special” focus. Don’t expect to play Persia as you play Athens or Lydia! New Events, missions, national modifiers, special units, and specific buildings will make you play differently. The DLC will be released later this year.

New Regional decisions

Each nation will get a new set of tools to further its goals, with regional decisions:

– federate some barbarians,
– form up a new colony,
– force march an army
– prospect for natural resources

and many more

But that’s not all, because in addition to the 15 decisions each nation can use, Persia, Athens, and Sparta have certain decisions specific to them, to tailor their experience further in a historical way. Intervening in Hellenic affairs or recruiting mercenary hoplites, to name a few, will be possible courses of action.

New Impediments and Perks

Numerous regional impediments and perks have been added – over 80 in total!

– You might encounter Impenetrable Forests, Nauseous Swamps, or other difficult environmental conditions
– Bandits
– You might be blessed in some regions by rich soil, an oasis or a sacred grove.


Field of Glory: Empires – Persia 550 – 330 BCE is currently in BETA. Join us in polishing and giving some final touches to the game. [link to]

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