Europa Universalis IV: Conquest of Paradise Summary


Europa Universalis IV: Conquest of Paradise Review

I wouldn't call America 'Paradise', but ok...

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Paradox unveil more Common Sense in latest Europa Universalis IV dev diary, expansion out June 9th

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The latest developer diary from Paradox Development Studio is here for the upcoming Common Sense expansion to Europa Universalis IV, and it's focusing on Colonial Nations and Protectorates this time around.

Even more 'subject interaction' is revealed like being able to rename our colonial nations, ending the curse of ye olde spelling erorrs. We can replace their governors too, and tell them to start a colonial war!

Next Europa Universalis IV patch includes free update with "3D fort models"

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With the next expansion for Europa Universalis IV on the way, Paradox Development Studio has revealed part of what's coming in the next big patch. Some free content is in the works with "3D fort models" on the list.

There are representations for each fortification level and there's also different styles for different cultures. They will appear on the world map to better inform us of a province's development and defences.

Europa Universalis IV: Common Sense fundamentally alters relationships with subject states

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The newest developer diary for Europa Universalis IV is "so large that it is spread over two weeks", but today we get the first look at how the new upcoming expansion - Common Sense - dramatically alters the landscape.

Paradox Development Studios reveals we'll have interactions with our subject states like never before, ranging from enforcing culture and religion to installing our dynasty on their throne, or supporting loyalists.

Holy Roman Empire changes discussed in new Europa Universalis IV dev diary

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Unfortunately we don't get the beans spilled on the new 'Subject Interaction' feature teased for the Common Sense expansion for Europa Universalis IV, as we have to wait until Paradox Development Studio has finished the new UI.

This developer diary instead looks at the changes coming to the Holy Roman Empire, and more specifically how Imperial Authority and Reforms are handled. Ticking values will now decide if Authority is on the rise or not.

Humble Paradox Bundle with over $200 "worth of awesome stuff"

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Paradox Interactive and Humble Bundle have proposed a royal marriage and accepted an alliance as they bring us the Humble Paradox Bundle with over $200 in gaming goodness.

War of the Roses, Magicka, Knights of Pen and Paper, Victoria II and more are just a few dollars away in this 'pay what you want' charity drive. Over $5.14 gets you Hearts of Iron III, Crusader Kings II and Impire.

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