Hegemony Rome: The Rise of Caesar Summary
Hegemony creator Longbow Games has takento try and fund the next game in its strategy series, Hegemony 3: Clash of the Ancients.
Unlike previous entry Hegemony Rome: Rise of Caesar, this title won't show off the Roman Empire at its most powerful, but rather the tumultuous period that led to its creation.
The very best way to defeat an enemy, as every general knows, is to hide in a bush with a bow and arrow and shoot him several times when he stops for a toilet break.
The newfor Hegemony Rome: The Rise of Caesar adds six units that specialise in this ignoble but effective style of warfare, and it's out now.
Those legionnaires are pretty competent and all, but it's a bit boring going around conquering Gaul with just one unit, isn't it? Well, developer Longbow Games agrees, and it's just released a new Mercenaries for Hegemony Rome: The Rise of Caesar.
Cough up $4.99 and you can hop over to your faction's Mercenary Outpost building to recruit six new troops from across Europe.
Today the micro-DLC Bannermen is released for free by Longbow Games for Hegemony Rome: The Rise of Caesar. This new content adds some cosmetic touches to veteran units on the battlefield.
It includes "four fully-animated units" with the Roman Aquilifer and the Gallic Hornblower among them. They integrate into veteran units for a small morale boost. It's a 'thank you' from the devs.
Hegemony Rome: The Rise of Caesar has left Early Access and is now available in complete form via digital download.
The historical strategy game tells the story of Caesar's conquest of Gaul, and takes place on a huge map of the area that can be seamlessly zoomed in and out of while you plan your military strategy, logistics and economic growth.