Europa Universalis IV: El Dorado Video Dev Diary Promises Doom!25 Feb 2015 0
Paradox Interactive’s Europa Universalis series has been an ongoing success for a number of years now, and the latest incarnation, Europa Universalis IV, has spawned a series of expansions that increased the scope of the game dramatically. To date there have been three expansions, and now we are on the brink of the fourth.
Wargamer.com, of course, has been following and reviewing the series thanks to James Tanaleon and his insightful comments. If you’ve not read these yet here are the links so you can see what EUIV is all about:
In addition he covered a mod of the game called MEIOU and Taxes
Press blurb follows with a video for your delight, possibly …
“Treasures, too, in upcoming Eurpoa Universalis IV expansion
STOCKHOLM – February 24, 2015 – With the release of Europa Universalis IV: El Dorado only days away, lead designer Martin Anward has moved to the front of the camera to describe the many changes coming in the latest expansion to Paradox Development Studio’s hit historical empire-building game.
In this seven minute video, Anward describes the new mechanics for Central and South American native states, including three new religions that promise to challenge even the most experienced desktop monarchs. Anward also goes into great detail on the Nation Designer and alternate starting maps that will be available for the first time in El Dorado.
Europa Universalis IV: El Dorado is scheduled for release on February 26, 2015 and will be available on many popular digital storefronts, as well as the Paradox Store.
For more information, please visit www.europauniversalis4.com”