En bref. Slitherine a rapidement annoncé il y a peu l’arrivée prochaine d’une première extension pour le très sympathique volet médiéval de Field of Glory 2, add-on qui proposera vingt nations et de nombreuses unités supplémentaires, huit scénarios et quatre campagnes historiques, le tout sur le thème de l’Espagne en 1050, mais aussi de batailles ayant eu lieu dans le nord et le sud de l’Italie.
Pour plus d’informations sur Reconquista, dont la date de sortie n’est pas encore connue, et pour lequel des images sont attendues, voyez le communiqué suivant et patientez encore un peu. Concernant Field of Glory II – Medieval, voyez cette page sur Steam ou celle-ci chez l’éditeur. Ainsi que notre test.
Field of Glory 2: Medieval – Reconquista coming soon
“Reconquista” The first DLC of Field of Glory II: Medieval brings the battles related to the Middle Ages in South West Europe.
Feudalism did not have such a dominant impact in Spain and Italy as it had in the rest of Europe and both these lands had unique factors which affected the conduct of warfare:
– Spain 1050, with more than half of the Iberian peninsula under the rule of Islamic states, the era of Christian Reconquista began. It would last until 1492, after centuries of clashes between Berber Empires (Murabits, Almohads and Marinids) and Christian Kingdoms (Aragon, Castile y Leon, etc.).
– In Northern Italy the big cities formed the Lombard League to counter the attempts of the Holy Roman Emperor to enforce his authority over them. This was a part of the Wars between Ghibellines who supported the Holy Roman Emperor and the Guelfs that supporting the Pope.
– In Southern Italy, the Normans rose from humble mercenaries to conquer the whole of southern Italy and establish the great kingdom of Sicily, after conquering the island from the Arabs.
These are the backgrounds, stories and wars that lead to the new DLC, which will include:
– 20 more nations and factions covering Spain, Italy and North Africa from 1040 AD to 1270 AD. These include Andalusians, Almohads, Arabs, Aragonese, Byzantine Catapanate of Italy, Castilians/Leónese, Catalans, Granadines, Hafsids, Italian Guelfs, Italian Ghibellines, Italo-Normans, Lombards, Marinids, Murabits, Navarrese, Papal, Portuguese, the Kingdom of Sicily and Tuaregs
– 41 more units and 45 more army lists
– 8 more historical scenarios covering key engagements of the period on an epic scale. These include Monte Maggiore 1041, Civitate 1053, Cabra 1079, Sagrajas 1086, Legnano 1176, Las Navas De Tolosa 1212, Montaperti 1260 and Benevento 1266.
33 more historical matchups added to Quick Battle mode, increasing the total to 98, playable from either side.
– 4 more historically-based campaigns covering major leaders and conflicts of the era: El Cid, Muhammad II of Granada, Normans in the South and Frederick II Hohenstaufen.
Sandbox campaign expanded to include all the new army lists, allowing you to lead any nation (and their historical allies) against any other nation (and their allies) – giving thousands of permutations.