Europa Universalis IV: Conquest of Paradise Summary
I wouldn't call America 'Paradise', but ok...
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.
The latest development diary for Europa Universalis IV: El Dorado is quite the powder keg when it comes to the relationships between an overlord nation and its colonial interests. The Liberty Desire system is changing.
The Conquest of Paradise add-on introduced the system for colonies, but now Liberty Desire spreads to vassals and Personal Unions. Patch 1.10 will be implementing the far reaching reform of the mechanic.
Long-lost cities of gold in the Americas?have just announced a new expansion for Europa Universalis IV, and it's called El Dorado. The Nation Designer is the "centerpiece".
We can start our own custom nation, picking our capital, select our neighbouring provinces, modify our culture, pick a leader and then march to conquest. El Dorado focuses on the New World for decisions and events.
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.