There are several downloadable add-ons available for Napoleon: Total War. Some of these come with special editions of the game while others are available for purchase.
The Elite Regiment, available only when buying a boxed copy of either the normal or the imperial edition, contains the most elite units from all the major European factions, giving the player extra tactical options.
5e Regiment de Hussards – France
A light cavalry force armed with curved sabres.
Pavlograd Hussars – Russia
These light cavalrymen are ideally suited to chasing down skirmishers, running down artillery crews or pursuing routing enemies.
8th Life Regiment – Prussia
One of the best infantry units in the game, the 8th/span> Life Regiment is incredibly disciplined and trained.
7th (Czech) Regiment – Austria
Adept at both ranged and melee combat, these men give Austrian generals an edge in battle.
88th Foot “Connaught Rangers” – Great Britain
Whether fighting with muskets or bayonets, these men can be relied on in battle.
Heroes of the Napoleonic Wars
This add-on available only in Napoleon: Total War Imperial Edition gathers the 10 best units from the greatest Napoleonic battles.
7th Lancers – France
Armed with a lance and charging home on horses, these lancers are the ultimate shock troops who can turn the tide of a battle.
Brandenburg Uhlans – Prussia
Being among the most experience cavalrymen in Europe, these lancers can perform actions, most noteably charges into enemy lines, at breathtaking speed.
1st Hussars – Austria
These fast-moving cavalrymen are superb chevaliers and ideal for chasing down broken and routing enemies.
15th Hussars – Great Britain
The 15th Hussars are a deadly force both in close combat and at the charge. Their speed makes them well-suited to taking out artillery.
1st East Prussian Grenadier Battalion – Prussia
The strength and tallness required to throw a grenade without killing yourself gives these me an edge in melee combat, if the unfortunate enemy hasn’t routed yet from the exploding grenades alone.
6th Regiment d’Infanterie Légère – France
Having fought in over forty battles in the Napoleonic period these line infantry can be relied on to the end.
17th Jäger Regiment – Russia
Trained to fight both in loose skirmish formation and in a battle line the Jägers can quickly adapt to enemy moves.
1st Regiment Emperor’s Own – Austria
Not named the Emperor’s One for nothing, these Czech troops are excellent with muskets and bayonets alike.
18th Regiment d’Infanterie de Ligne “The Brave” – France
Battle-hardened and known for their courage, the 18th Regiment of Infantry is a valuable force to any commander.
Moscow Musketeers – Russia
Being able to deliver massed volleys and decisive charges makes these soldiers one of Russia’s best troop types.