From the release:
Fighting alongside Woodland Indians and their compatriots in the French Marines, the French Regulars provide plenty of muscle to face the hated British.
The French Regulars (Troupes de Terre) didn’t go through the disastrous introduction to wilderness warfare that the British experienced. Generally, the men of the Regular units were able to be assimilated into the French forces in Canada in a way that eased their introduction to woodland fighting. Despite this, there were tensions between French and colonial officers over the use of traditional linear or irregular tactics. Part of the focus on irregular warfare was due to the simple reality of manpower and logistics.