The Settlers: Rise of an Empire

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The Settlers: Rise of an Empire is the sixth instalment of the real-time strategy game developed by Blue Byte Software for Ubisoft, download it now


Defeat the wicked Red Prince and his sidekick Crimson Sabatt

January 13, 2011
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The Settlers real-time strategy saga is one of the most successful and long-lasting of computing history, having been launched originally in 1993 for the famous Commodore Amiga, even though it quickly migrated to PC, and since then it has seen a full series of titles being launched over the years, among which it is possible to find The Settlers: Rise of an Empire, the sixth installment of the saga.

A new installment of The Settlers

As with prior titles in the saga, The Settlers: Rise of an Empire places the player in control of a series of settlers that have to build new settlements, while building these new towns and villages, they will also have to worry about laboring the lands to grow food and train soldiers to protect themselves against possible attacks.

The Settlers: Rise of an Empire, as in other titles of the saga, offers us the possibility for freestyle playing or to follow the campaign mode, in which the final objective is to defeat the Red Prince that has the inhabitants of the nearby areas completely terrorized.

In the campaign mode, as well as completing the different missions that you will receive, you will have to choose different allies as you go along, each one of which will provide you with certain bonuses. Therefore, if you want to enjoy one of the best real-time strategy games, download the demo of The Settlers: Rise of an Empire as soon as possible.

Requirements and additional information:

  • The demo will allow you to play the tutorial and the first mission.
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