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Scourge of War: Waterloo Announced

Matrix Games announces Scourge of War: Waterloo, a new strategy game focused on Napoleon's final battle, which didn't turn out as planned. The SoW series previously explored the American Civil War, and here's word on the change in direction for NorbSoftDev studio:

For the first time, developer NorbSoftDev studio (www.norbsoftdev.net) is leaving their beloved American Civil War for a brand new setting and is heading across the Atlantic Ocean with, Scourge of War: Waterloo! Excitement is mounting for the highly-praised Scourge of War series – “One of the finest computer war games ever published” (Real and Simulated Wars), “I recommend this game in the possible highest terms” (Armchair General), “A real must-buy for strategy and tactic fans” (7idgaming)

A new chapter in the Scourge of War series will be written on the battlefield of Waterloo. Napoleon and his Grande Armée are facing their ultimate challenge in this final encounter against the troops of the Seventh Coalition. Players will be able to prove that the Emperor’s return in March 1815 was not in vain, or join the armies led by the Duke of Wellington and von Blücher to eliminate the French threat forever.

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