About Total War: Napoleon
Spanning two violent decades at the end of the 18th and the beginning of the 19th centuries, Napoleon allows you to assume the role of legendary French Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte or one of his major rivals as you determine the course of history and fight to become the dominant global power of the age. In the Italian and French Invasion of Egypt campaigns the story closely follows Napoleon’s early military career with smaller optional side missions that help drive the action forward. The major French campaign – the ‘Mastery of Europe’ is the most similar to traditional holistic Total War campaigns. In the fourth campaign, ‘Campaigns of the Coalition’ players can conversely govern Coalition nations including Great Britain, Russia and Prussia in an effort to defeat Napoleonic France in Europe…read more
The genre-defining franchise brings Napoleon to life
Total War: Napoleon defines a new standard within the genre with exciting characters and a cinematic narrative, mind-blowing battle sequences and an unrivaled mix of turn-based and real-time strategy.
Three new episodic campaigns
Take command and lead your armies on land and sea over three campaigns: Italy, Egypt and Mastery of Europe. The seamless mix of objective-based missions and sandbox experience makes this the most complete Total War experience to date.
Napoleon features fully integrated multiplayer modes and a complete set of online functionalities: Steam achievements, gameplay bonuses, uniform editor and voice communications.
All new Napoleonic battles and units
Advanced weaponry enables new tactical options and even more exciting real-time battles on an epic scale, while the highly detailed environments and improved battlefield buildings guarantee a realistic recreation of famous historical battles.
Total War: Napoleon Historical Battles
Battle of Lodi – (10 May, 1796) Although not a decisive meeting, this was where Napoleon first made a name for himself and got a glimpse of his destiny. The nickname “the little corporal” remained with him throughout his early campaigns against Austria.
Battle of Arcole – (15-17 November, 1796) During which Napoleon successfully outflanked the Austrian army and carried the Tricolour across the Alpone river in person. By seizing the bridge the French prevented the escape of the Austrians, and therefore their planned relief of the siege at Mantua.
Battle of the Pyramids – (21 July, 1798) Where Napoleon deployed his lethal divisional squares in the shadow of the Great Pyramids at Giza, defeating the fearless Mameluke cavalry force.