Man the Battle Stations in The Seven Years War (1756-1763)

Many years have past since the 18th century, but players can make history repeat itself or they can send history onto an entirely different path. During the 18th century, European empires led their armies into the first global war, later known as the Seven Years War. Players can now become the head of an army and lead their people into war in The Seven Years War (1756-1763).


The Seven Years War (1756-1763) is a real-time strategy game that focuses on economy and warfare. Players can defeat enemies on the battlefield, but they also must make sure they maintain a stable economy to feed and supply their troops and population. The game offers twenty different campaigns that start in different years, ranging from 1750-1762; each campaign has different, individual goals that the player must complete.

With more than 110 cities covering thirteen different nations, The Seven Years War (1756-1763) allows players coverage over much of Europe and North America, where they can develop the cities to gain more wealth and army recruits, and also manage their town economy. Players can develop product chains for supplies for the cities, armies, and townspeople. Using these supplies, they can then create a trading system with local markets, native tribes, and foreign nations. Players can take on the role of famous generals in historic battles and change history to suit their wants.


The Seven Years War (1756-1763) launched on Windows PC on October 30. The game is available for $19.99 USD via Steam. For more information about the game, check out the website, follow on Twitter, or “like” on Facebook.