Well yeah as said in the video it gets some technical details wrong specifically for Culloden in 1746 like having too much constant cannon fire for only a dozen artillery pieces that were present, but I think it does a really good job of representing the feel and violence of 18th-19th century warfare in general which includes things like cannon recoil.Oops. That's a good step up because they do get the recoil right, and the results are realistic - but unless I'm hallucinating I think I saw a block trail in there. If I recall correctly, the block trail wasn't even conceived until c. 1780 and was developed by a combination of Desagulier and Congreve into the early 1790.s. It was not fully adopted by the RA until the Napoleonic wars. Until then the danged carriage moved the weight of the entire contraption back from the tube, interfered with turning radius, and kept "mobile" out of the description of field artillery.