Europa Universalis IV: El Dorado Lands Upon Digital Shores Today

By Nik Gaukroger 26 Feb 2015 0

Following yesterday’s dev video diary Paradox have announced that Europa Universalis IV: El Dorado is now shipping. So we can all head off the the New World (although can it be called new for the civilisations that are already there?) and rip each other’s hearts out in bloody sacrifice – or just play the game maybe?

If you’re not already an EUIV fan you can check out yesterday’s announcement page on Wagamer (here) as it includes links to all our reviews of the series so far.


Discover the New World and then Make Your Own in Latest Expansion

STOCKHOLM – February 26, 2015 – After a long voyage through rough seas (game development is hard), the newest expansion for Paradox Development Studio’s hit empire-building game Europa Universalis IV has arrived! El Dorado lands with a nearly infinite array of new possibilities and alternate histories, and explorers can begin their voyage into uncharted territories today on PC, Mac and Linux for $14.99.

Take a look at the fabled El Dorado in the launch trailer here:

With its focus on the empires of South and Central America, El Dorado includes three new major Native American faiths for the Aztec, the Maya and the Inca. Sacrifice vassal kings to stave off doomsday as the Aztecs or endure centuries of cyclical rise and fall as the Maya.

If your game choices tend more to exploration and plunder, you can send your fleets on specific missions across the seas or task your conquistadors with a quest to find the lost Seven Cities of Gold!

But, if you tire of “history,” you can now create your own kingdom with the brand-new Nation Designer included with El Dorado. Choose your starting provinces, your national ideas, your starting ruler and everything else you need to prove that you know the value of real estate and strong leadership. Then, for a new thrill, randomize the map and fight a France reborn in Manchuria.

El Dorado features include:

-    Nation Designer
-    Nahuatl religion for Aztecs
-    Mayan religion for Yucatan natives
-    Inti religion for Inca
-    New exploration system
-    Seven Cities of Gold quest for conquistadors
-    Treasure fleets, and pirate missions to intercept them
-    New limitations on and effects of vassal/subject nation loyalty
-    Dozens of new events

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