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Un nuevo y detallado mapa de la campaña norteamericana, que hace aún más grande la experiencia de Empire: Total War, con 5 nuevas facciones de los indios americanos, nuevas unidades y tecnologías. Experimenta los combates en la nueva campaña Warpath y lidera a una de las 5 nuevas facciones en una batalla épica para defender tus territorios y expulsar a los invasores. O combate con esas unidades haciendo uso de sus peculiares habilidades en el modo multijugador.
  • 5 nuevas facciones con las que podrás jugar — Juega la nueva campaña Warpath, también en el modo multijugador en el papel de alguna de las 5 nuevas facciones de los indios americanos en Empire: Total War, incluyendo las naciones de los Iroqueses, los Huron, los Indios de las Llanuras, los Pueblo y los Cheroqui.
  • Expande los territorios norteamericanos — Un nuevo mapa de la campaña norteamericana más detallado, con nuevas regiones y una nueva fecha de inicio.
  • Nuevas unidades de élite — Dirige a las nuevas unidades de élite específicas de cada facción de los indios americanos incluyendo a los guerreros de élite Mohawk, los perros soldados Cheyenne, el guerrero explorador Navajo y muchos más.
  • Agentes Chamán y Explorador — Dos nuevos tipos de agentes - Infíltrate en territorio enemigo con la nueva unidad Chamán y sabotea al enemigo con la astucia del Explorador.
  • Nuevas tecnologías tribales — 18 nuevas tecnologías tribales incluyendo la medicina espiritual, la llamada salvaje y andando en los sueños creando un nuevo árbol de tecnología tribal.
  • Nuevos objetivos — Diversos objetivos nuevos para cada una de las facciones con las que juegues.
Una vez hayas adquirido el contenido, desbloquearás la nueva campaña Warpath y las 5 nuevas facciones de los indios americanos. Estas facciones pueden utilizarse tanto en el modo de un jugador como en el multijugador.
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francisthegamer
Publicado el 18 de julio
I love this game yes it's hard but it is amazing i just wish they are more powerful thought but it is a fun game it teaches you to use gorila warfare.
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ImperatorCaesar
Publicado el 24 de junio
It is not worth to buy.
1. Difficulty : Too hard. You can't overwhelm European and American well. You should find the warpath to other Native Tribes.And You should gather more troops than American or European.
2. Campaign : You can only play in America. And, You can't consider European Style Battle when you play as Warpath Faction. Yet Cannon and Riflemans exist but don't expect them more.

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Schinigami
Publicado el 9 de abril
I like this DLC. It allows you to play one of 5 American Indian faction. Gameplay is a bit different than in the main campaign and is especially satisfying at a higher level of difficulty. Although the gameplay itself is shorter, because it takes place on a smaller territory it provides hours of good entertainment.
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Enemy_of_World0
Publicado el 5 de abril
This DLC is worth it. It not that easy you think. You have to think like a Indian. When you have a large armies and the enemies (United States) have a small armies. You will lose if you have not good plan. You will win if you have a better plan.
Beside, I keep losing everytime when i battle with United States/Great Britain/Spain/France.
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Zwedistans Finest
Publicado el 31 de marzo
Just bought it for the american civil war mod
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Havoc(Karlie'sgoingtohatemexD)
Publicado el 24 de marzo
A fun small game. It shows a different perspective of the world of Empire with Indians. This game is fun to play, and is challenging. The Indians AI is strange, to be honest. I won't lie saying that this game is worth 10$ neither, but if you're able to get your hands on it for 2-3 dollars, it's worth it.

-Pro's
-Shows A different perspective
-Adds new units to the Campaign
-A different story

-Con's
-10 $
-Y No Europe? ;-;
-Indians AI is derpy sometimes
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K'aax Itzam
Publicado el 25 de febrero
This campaign is the only reason why I bought Empire TW, just as I only bought Medieval 2 TW for the Americas campain in the Kingdoms expansion. Talking of which, the warpath campain is like taking units from Medieval 2 or Rome and pitting them against Empire units.

This campain needs paitence as both the game, walkthroughs and reviews all explain that the native forces are weaker than colonial and perhaps a little underpowered. Indeed, I wish that the native American factions had a pre-release buff because they have some quite jarring problems:

Firstly while I appreciate a new tech tree, much of the technologies given had already been discovered years ago in native American history (e.g. winter clothes). Not only that but it seems as though some techs aren't included in custom battles, for example there is a tech that improves all unit morale and another that allows firing while hidden, while the latter may be a little overpowered the former technology is vital in custom/multiplayer battles. I would have liked to have seen multi-round weapons in the late game as the so-called 'Indian wars' did go on further than the time given, this is more of wishful thinking on my part than an actual problem, and is actually fine without this.

Secondly the morale of the native units are terrible. These are men who are meant to be defending their land and families, warriors who a zealous and do not fear death for the sake of their people, so to see them turn tail and run just breaks immersion. I can see where they are coming from, the units in the Americas campain in Medieval 2 had huge amounts of morale, but at the same time the European units had reasonable morale in the Americas campaign as well, I guess they didn't want the player to swarm their enemies like in the M2TW Americas campaign. Even so, morale is still too low for the native factions and if you wanted to be the tribe who fought to the last for their survivial then sorry, but you can't.

The third problem I have is with the melee units in this campaign, while ranged native units can remain hidden while moving melee units can not which is a bit bad considering that it is the melee units who need it the most (note that I was so annoyed with this I edited the in game files). Most melee units are also outmatched or are just held up by simple line infantry, in any game that is dominated with firearms one should be rewarded for closing the distance enough to get into close combat, especially with factions that have a large amount of melee units. There are good melee units, but you need to progress down the tech tree to get them, and as I said in my first point, the natives already have the techs/policies on the tech tree including warrior societies.

My final major negative point is the campaign map gameplay, I still find it strange how you need to 'buy' warriors when warriors fight for the state/people, soldiers are paid because soldiering is a profession, warriors are not because it's a social duty. That said they are not too expensive and actually it is ranged units that cost large amounts, but even so I found myself in dire straights where I was bankrupt and really my people should be fighting and working for free as it's a matter of survival. In history, the native's main strength was their fieldcraft, so I was suprised when the campaign had no real gameplay mechanics based on this, for example European armies move just as fast as native American armies, meaning you can't use speed/stealth to counter the force of European powers. Strangly there was no option to play the Inuit nations or the Mayans in the Caste war which wouldn't of hurt to add.

It may look as though I dislike the campaign but I really like it, as I said in the beginnig it's the only reason I bought Empire TW. It offers a challeging campaign from a point of view not often explored in games, and it's also enjoyable to play as the underdogs. Plus, one can create some really funny alternative universes, like the Wendat, Plains and Cherokee jointly controlling the entirety of the America (both north and south) with the colonial powers cowering on the Carrabian islands. I am sorry that the negatives were louder than the positives in this, and while I do get annoyed with it from time to time, it offers a different play style for those sick of the Empire's constant line fire.
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[RL]Finn
Publicado el 6 de febrero
como lo puedo desinstalar?
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johnhaynie95
Publicado el 5 de febrero
Why does the war path campaign not have any navy for native americans? Makes harder to move troops and take battle to Carribean, also its true that native americans didnt have navy in real life, also wound eventually learn how to make european navy ships if wanted a navy. All countrys have Navy even Martha Confedence, Mugual Empire even have navy in Empire total war,why not Native Americans???
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no monkey
Publicado el 9 de octubre de 2015
it smels
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Publicado el 6 de febrero de 2015
Puede parecer un poco caro pero.... ¿nunca has querido matar americanos con caballos y hachas?
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Publicado el 11 de octubre de 2014
While the game does feel a tad...disappointing, it's still worth getting as you learn how to use units in a different way. Most people here complain because they're far too used to the line-and-fire method generally used by thenormal factions in Empire: Total War. The problem with that is, you can't attack these heavily armed soldiers head on. This should be painfully obvious. You have to flank and sneak around. Imitate what the Native Americans did during this time period. The campaign has plenty of content and, although it seems to be lacking something that I can't quite put my finger on, it's well worth the fun and investment in getting.
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Publicado el 9 de diciembre de 2014
Its a great DLC, especially on the hardest level.

It requires real tactical gameplay, which is why there are so many poor reviews. Unfortunately, too many people enjoy playing on easy and steamrolling through the game.
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Publicado el 14 de julio de 2015
The natives are not overpowered as they are in the standard campaign. Because of this you really have to use weight of numbers and guerrilla tactics. Very good DLC.
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Publicado el 27 de noviembre de 2014
Well I saw some negative reviews on this game so I will give my review. I like this game. As a student of history and fan of Allen W. Eckert's books I liked this game. You are weaker than the European powers which is accurate. You need to use new tactics (think like an indian). I could tell you but I found it fun to figure them out on my own. I have won with every tribe. I even lost with Peublo because I ran out of time. I enjoy the chance of losing.
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Publicado el 5 de enero de 2015
CONS.
-Indians speak english like Tonto from Lone Ranger.
-Some details seem to be missing, there are more graphics for the popups in Empire vanilla than in the warpath campaing.
-Tech tree is not really interesting, and biased (ie, based on western prejudices more than in real native american mythology).
-The music feels halfmade, and gets very repetitive quickly.

PROS.
-Many different playable nations.
-Great graphical detail.
-You can kick the crackers off Turtle Island!
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Publicado el 10 de julio de 2015
This DLC adds a very different sort of gameplay. In the beginning the natives are not really friendly to eachother, but later in the game they are all you got. All you got to do is survive because of the difference in warfare with the Western faction. The lack of the European and Indian map here is no con for me, because you will mostly never be able to conquer the world with the native factions. I enjoy this actually more then the normal game, which i have played too many times
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Publicado el 10 de septiembre de 2015
This is going to be a serious review as i genuinly love what this DLC has to offer (whilst the other DLC was more of a completionist thing). The campaign plays out very differnetly to that of the main campaign; i realised this upon my first battle with the Spanish, what would have been a normal advance, fire, fix bayonet then 'CHARGE!' turns into a massacre of my men who only win by weight of numbers alone.

Guerrilla tactics and weight of numbers are your ally here, whilst they are strong in combat, they lack any great over powered forces at range, meaning it can become a killing ground if you're not careful with unit control.

If you're like me, you will play the game to try and help the Native Americans get some revenge upon their oppressors in history; it's a fun bit of DLC, though its a damn hard campaign.
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Publicado el 12 de diciembre de 2014
The Warpath Campaign. Some love it, others hate it. I personally highly recommend picking it up. It is a decent game and will provide you with tons of fun, provided you don't take it too seriously. It has a lot of faults, incuding random freeze-ups, lag, and an overall bad AI. But the Warpath campaign is not like the grand campaign. In the grand campaign, yuo could dominate the battlefield with a few untis of line-infantry and a couple of cavalry units. But in this campaign, there is none of that. Basically, all you've got are clubs and bows against muskets, cannons, and bayonets.
This handicap is what makes it so fun. You actually need to think out your strategy and use every advantage you have, because if you just charge forward with your infantry, you'll get gunned down and slaughtered to a man. You are forced to use guerilla tactics and make the most of your units.
As such, this DLC is highly worth it in my opinion, despite its numerous faults and defects. As long as you are relaxed and do not take it too seriously, this is the game for you.
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Publicado el 10 de diciembre de 2014
This is a nice little expansion to a good game ..
It adds a few new troops to control for each tribe, as others have said this requires new thinking and advanced strategy both on the map screen and on the battlefield.
I personally enjoyed it and if you own empire and like the idea of a seperate campaign with the native factions i would get it .
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