Caesar in Gaul  is a stand-alone package campaign for  Total War: ROME II  who narrates the war expansion of Julius Caesar against the Gallic tribes. Players can choose from four playable factions: the roosters Arverni, the Suebi Germans, Belgians Nervi and Rome, in a campaign inspired by the work of Caesar entitled  Commentaries on the Gallic  (Commentaries on the Gallic War).


Since the setting is more restricted in terms of time (58-51 BC) and geographical than Rome II, the map of the campaign of  Caesar in Gaul  is an extended version and more detailed Gaul and the south coast of Britain.


Than the map of Gaul ROME II,  Caesar in Gaul  contains multiple regions and provinces, most factions (playable or not) and a number of generals and statesmen famous really existed he will play or will face depending on the chosen faction.


This campaign won him much to Caesar in terms of profits and glory, and made him famous among the people of Rome ... a bit 'less among the senators, who saw him centralize power over itself in a series of events that culminated in his rise to Dictator.


Caesar in Gaul  has many differences compared to ROME II:


New Map of the campaign:
The campaign map of  Caesar in Gaul  is an improved and more detailed representation of Gaul. Players can win 18 provinces resourceful, new settlements and new capital.


Greater importance of the characters:
Many factions have great generals and statesmen (eg Rome Gaius Julius Caesar himself, Mark Antony and others). Each of the four playable factions also a faction leader who is the avatar of the player during the campaign.


24 rounds per year:
Since the setting time of  Caesar in Gaul  is considerably reduced (from 58 to 51 BC) than broader campaign ROME II, each round is worth two weeks instead of one year. This means that the seasons are repeated. However, the effects of the latter within the game are not always predictable and can vary between a province and the other. For example, the end of autumn can be a good time for a harvest, but a long and dry can damage food production.


Multiplayer campaign compact and concentrated:
For those looking for a general campaign multiplayer faster,  Caesar in Gaul  offers a number of interesting options. Given the geographical settings and 48 opposing factions, campaigns in co-op or competitive are more compact, more concentrated and more rapid than in a full campaign.


New challenges of mid-game:
The players who reach the half of the game will face new challenges, which replace the civil wars of ROME II. Impersonating a Gallic tribe, you'll have to face the iron fist of Rome that will send many more troops while choosing to lead Rome, the Gallic tribes through coalition will rebel against you.


New historical battle:
Caesar in Gaul  added the Battle of Alesia as historic battle playable. Alesia was the turning point of the Gallic War Caesar's, and later it was captured Vercingetorix, who was later taken to Rome and executed at the triumph of Caesar.


Alesia player, who plays Caesar, will have to maintain the siege of the fortress of Gallic Vercingetorix. The battle begins with the Roman forces deployed with the siege outside the fortress hill. The player must guide the Romans, who will suffer the onslaught of a mighty army of rescue and force inside the fortress.


New playable factions in the countryside full of Total War: ROME II:
In addition to the playable factions in the new campaign,  Caesar in Gaul  also adds the following three new factions to the main game.

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