Battle of the Sabis
57 BC, Long-Haired Gaul. Deep in the wild frontiers of northern Gaul, can Julius Caesar survive a trap set by a powerful Beglic warlord and his tribal allies along the banks of the Sabis River?
Battle of the Trebia
218 BC, Cisalpine Gaul. With Hannibal and his Carthaginian army south of the Alps, bickering Roman consuls cannot agree on the best course of action to face the invasion. Will they fall prey to Hannibal's tricks along the Trebia?
Siege of Utica
203 BC, Africa. In a bid to finally end the Second Punic War, Scipio Africanus invades the Carthaginian homeland and must secure a base of supply. He sets his sights on Utica, but can he storm the walls before relief arrives?
Siege of Carthage
146 BC, Africa. At the height of the Third Punic War, the great city of Carthage is under siege. The grandson of the legendary Scipio Africanus seeks to breach the walls with 80,000 troops. Can the city garrison repel the assault?
Battle of Zama
202 BC, Africa. After nearly twenty years in Italy, Hannibal is recalled to Carthage to face down a Roman invasion. When the two armies finally meet, can Scipio end the Second Punic War once and for all?
Battle of Second Beneventum
214 BC, Samnium. Hannibal calls for his subordinate Hanno to bring nearly 20,000 reinforcements from southern Italy, but a Roman army of slaves and prisoners stands in their way. Can Gracchus prevent Hanno's arrival?
Battle of Caralis
215 BC, Sardinia. The island of Sardinia is in open revolt against Rome and 15,000 Carthaginian troops land to support the uprising. Can Hasdrubal the Bald cut off a critical chain in Rome's grain supply by liberating the island?
Battle of Dertosa
215 BC, Iberia. The Scipio brothers advance south of the Ebro River to invade Carthaginian holdings in Iberia. Hannibal's brother Hasdrubal assembles an equally sized army to march north and bring the Romans to battle.