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Ahistory at its finest.

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Europa Universalis IV: Rights of Man Expansion Releases

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Paradox Development Studio has announced the release of Rights of Man, a new expansion to Europa Universalis IV. Europa Universalis IV: Rights of Man is available for the price of $19.99.

Europa Universalis IV’s Rights of Man expansion gets a release date with new trailer

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It seems that Paradox has now gotten pretty much every era of history covered. Crusader Kings has the medieval era, Europa Universalis has the colonial era, with Hearts of Iron covering the great war. Heck, add in Cities: Skylines and and Stellaris and you’ve covered modernity all the way to the far flung future. It’s about time humanity got some rights.

Rights of Man is the latest expansion for Europa Universalis IV

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Paradox Interactive’s colonialism simulator has steadily been filled with content and expansions since its release in 2013, and three years later, Europa Universalis IV is still enjoying continued updates and support. The latest expansion, titled the Rights of Man, sees the game receive a number of small changes that add up to a richer, more varied experience.

Paradox Interactive releases information on Europa Universalis IV Patch 1.16

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With the release of Europa Universalis IV's next expansion - Mare Nostrum - coming tomorrow afternoon, Paradox Interactive has revealed the full patchnotes for v1.16, which adds a bunch of free content to the grand strategy game.

We won't give you the full changelog because it's absolutely huge, but we can tell you that the Patch will add a new religion called Fetishist, which is a Pagan religion that's unique to Africa. There's new mapmodes, national ideas, 15 achievements, AI tweaks and more...

Paradox devs discuss bringing women into grand strategy

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Video games have produced, by and large, a male-dominated subculture. The ESA reminds you every year that roughly half of game players are female, but that’s speaking of games in a very broad sense that covers the mobile and social markets. Certainly in terms of traditional gaming, and in online communities, diversity is the exception rather than the rule.

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