Europa Universalis IV: Conquest of Paradise Summary
I wouldn't call America 'Paradise', but ok...
Paradox Development Studios is crafting their latest mini-expansion for Europa Universalis IV. It's called the Art of War and significantly alters the main game. This latest dev diary gets all diplomatic.
We'll now be able to declare war on a nation in support of rebels, or even our vassal's casus bellis, and losers in a conflict can now be made to pay war reparations throughout the truce.
Paradox Development Studios has just released the Wealth of Nations expansion for grand strategy Europa Universalis IV, not to mention the very welcomed addition of patch 1.6 brimming with free features.
This second expansion focuses more on trade and all that it entails; diplomacy, war and swashbuckling privateers. We can now establish trade companies to manage far off lands.
Paradox Interactive brings us word that the next expansion for Europa Universalis IV - Wealth of Nations - will be pulling into port May 29th. It has many new diplomatic and trading riches to share with us.
Pre-orders have begun through the official Paradox Store for £9.99. Wealth of Nations strengthens the trading features for EUIV, and lets us create all-new conflicts around them.
Paradox Interactive has quite a treat for today as they release Dev Diary 9: Policies & Ideas & More for Europa Universalis IV: Wealth of Nations, but they accompany that with the first video dairy for the expansion.
The blog goes into detail of changes being made to policies, ideas and new concepts for modifiers, like splitting missionary strength. The video diary is a broader overview.
The latest dev diary from Paradox Development Studios for the Wealth of Nations expansion for Europa Universalis IV is the second to look at more "free features" coming in patch 1.6; they're not DLC dependent.
The 'Macro Build Interface' has undergone a "big rework" and so now it also lets us core provinces, send missionaries etc. They tweaked loans, Holy Roman reforms and calling allies.