Field of Glory: Empires Out Today!

Published by Slitherine and developed by Ageod, Field of Glory provides another chance to live out your Imperator dreams! Directly from Slitherine:

Field of Glory: Empires is out!

From the sunny beaches of Carthage to the frozen limits of the world in Caledonia, from the Iberic Peninsula to the exotic empires of the east: are you ready to conquer all of the known world?

Field of Glory: Empires, AGEod’s new Grand Strategy 4X game, is now available on digital stores. Choose one of the over 70 factions, each with its own set of traits and units, and forge an immortal empire able to survive the test of time.   

But beware: every time you conquer a new province, the “decadence” factor rises. No kingdom is safe, even the mightiest empire will face this challenge, like Rome did before collapsing. 

But what exactly is Field of Glory: Empires, you ask? Well, here’s a short two-minute video that may help answer that question:

Otherwise, if you’ve already purchased it, you may be interested in their tutorial series that covers everything from Military Operations to Diplomacy:

Stay tuned to this space as we continue to dive into this Grand Strategy game and provide you with our verdict as soon as we can reliably do so. We know you expect a deep and thoughtful review from us and we plan to deliver!

Are you excited for Field of Glory: Empires? Do you think it will fill the void left by the disappointing Imperator: Rome? Let us know in the comments below!

5 thoughts on “Field of Glory: Empires Out Today!

  1. I very much want (need) this game to succeed. Eagerly waiting for your review with a finger on the buy button.

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  2. The Decadence idea is excellent and I hope it puts the necessary pressure on expansion. It’s also quite interesting, since it fits so well with Alexander’s empire fall and how his death only served to exposed the weakness of his empire and the reckless expansion that depleted Greek coffers and plunged Greece into 18 centuries of external rule. His father, Philip II, didn’t want any of this. He was the greatest of the Greek kings. His reckless son, the last.

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