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Europa Universalis IV is free to play on Steam this weekend

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If you've always wanted to give Paradox's grand strategy Goliath Europa Universalis IV a go, but you've maybe felt a little intimidated by the sheer scale of the thing, here's a chance to try it out before you buy.

From now through Sunday 1PM PT you can download and play the game for free on Steam. Should you like what you find, you'll be able to grab the game for a 75% discount during the same period.

Europa Universalis IV: El Dorado launching today alongside free content patch

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Paradox Interactive will today be setting sailing for the lost cities of Gold as they release the El Dorado expansion to Europa Universalis IV. Accompanying the new DLC is an all-new free content patch.

El Dorado features a new exploration system, new religions for Central and South American tribes, a change to vassal and subject relations, and a Nation Designer for custom world states.

Europa Universalis IV: El Dorado features highlighted in new trailer

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The team behind Europa Universalis IV: El Dorado, which releases in two days, have just published a new 'Developer Feature Spotlight' video for the upcoming expansion. Exactly what do we get?

This 7 minute segment explains El Dorado's impact on Central and South America, as well as the wider implications for the grand strategy. Nation Designer empowers truly custom game worlds.

Europa Universalis IV: El Dorado expansion releasing February 26th

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The hunt for the lost cities of gold will begin later this month as Paradox Interactive announce Europa Universalis IV: El Dorado will be launching its expedition February 26th. This is the fifth expansion to the grand strategy.

It adds a number of major new features such as a more in-depth Central and South America, auto-exploring fleets, the new Nation Designer for custom games, and will be accompanied by a patch with free content.

Paradox 'would consider' Game of Thrones if they ever adopted another IP

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The Game of Thrones universe is nothing new to the Paradox Interactive teams, especially as Crusader Kings II is often cited as 'being like Game of Thrones' with its RPG-based family drama, but would they ever go for the IP?

Paradox CEO Fred Wester said Game of Thrones would definitely be high of the list, but he's "still on the fence" about whether it would be good for Paradox or not. HBO has spoken with them about it.

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