The Revolution II Unit Pack contains sixteen models with all new animations. Historically authentic and “what if” modeled units are featured in the Age of Revolution. Enhance your game’s atmosphere with these musket, sabre, shako, and backpack equipped units.Read full description
The Revolution II Unit Pack contains sixteen models with all new animations. Historically authentic and “what if” modeled units are featured in the Age of Revolution. Enhance your game’s atmosphere with these musket, sabre, shako, and backpack equipped units. The common Eastern units have also been embellished for this period.
Includes Units For:
Holy Roman Empire
Common Eastern Units
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This add-on adds sprites to several German, Italian and Polish nations. The wide range of area affected is really nice and adds a lot of value to this DLC. The sprites fit the game very well and going back after you get it is very annoying. I like having them as the German nations were expanded on a lot in the expansions. Buy it.
While there are some big "gameplay" expansions for Europa Universalis, which make gameplay more detailed, there are also some lesser ones. The Europa Universalis III: Revolution 2 Sprite Pack is just one of them. It doesn't add any new depth to the gameplay or new options to the game. It only adds new sprites and animations for units that you will be seeing in your games of Europa Universalis III. They're more historically correct, so any real fanatic of historical uniforms, who could hardly stand inaccuracies in the base game, will now sigh with relief. New unit looks were given to armies of Saxony, Russia, Switzerland, Italy, Poland, Bavaria, Naples, Brunswick, Sicily, Hanover, Hesse, Germany, Oldenburg, Holy Roman Empire and to some common Eastern units. If you care for proper looks of your units - get this expansion.
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