A tiny bit more ofteaser campaign has exposed itself and this time we're told "terrain truly matters in this game," which fits basically every grand strategy that has worked on.
Reading a little more into though it might be referring to armies far more susceptible to terrain differences, like those in the ancient eras? Maybe. It's definitely "NOT a cold-war game" though.
Fingers are still pointing accusingly at a sequel to Europa Universalis: Rome, despite the studio having said this is a new IP. However launching the spin-off EU: Rome as a standalone property would make it a 'new IP'. Will the portents remain good for legions on the march?
"It is NOT a cold-war game, as East vs West was supposed to be our cold-war game," said Johan Andersson in a follow-up.
Project Augustus will be revealing itself at Gamescom next week, and until then Paradox will be dripping weekday teases just like today's, and yesterday’s references .