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Downloadable Content for
Napoleon: Total War™
Released May 5, 2010
The Coalition Battle Pack features 6 brand new units and contain the Battle of Friedland fought between France and Russia not available in Napoleon: Total War Battle Description: The Battle of Friedland (14 June, 1807) with Napoleon's empire at its height, he took a chance and defeated Russia in detail, knocking them out of the war and bringing the
Released Jun 22, 2010
The Peninsular Campaign Downloadable Content is a new and independent campaign for Napoleon: Total War based on the conflict in the Spanish Peninsula between 1811 and 1814. It was during this era that the Spanish resistance gave their style of fighting its name: Guerrilla, or the “little war”.
Released Jun 18, 2012
These units were previously available in the Imperial Edition of Napoleon. These exclusive elite units become available on the campaign map once you have made a specific technological advancement or own the relevant territory. These elite units will appear in both single and multiplayer game modes.