Fulfill Your Quest For Global Domination Paradox Development Studio is back with the fourth installment of the award-winning Europa Universalis series. The empire building game Europa Universalis IV gives you control of a nation to guide through the years in order to create a dominant global empire.
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September 22

Older features getting a face-lift in 1.18


Hello everyone, and welcome to another development diary for Europa Universalis IV. This time we take a deep look at something different we’re doing for 1.18. This time we are adding and improving features to four different older expansions.


First our is a new feature for Mare Nostrum, called Create Trading City! Now the Merchant Republics that has a Trade League will be able to create a new one-province-minor out of one of their provinces. This new nation will become independent, but part of their Trade League, and they will never leave that Trade League on their own. A Trading City is created from the province view like Client States are. You can decide upon name, shield and color just like creating them.


An AI Trading City will not expand, and there can only be one Trading City in each Trade Node for a Trade League. The government form of a Trading City is a republic with +33% Caravan Power & +10% Trade Efficiency.



The second feature is for El Dorado, where we have improved the Nation Designer. In 1.18, if you own both Rights of Man and El Dorado, you will now be able to define which personalities your ruler and heir has from the start.



The third feature is for Common Sense where we replace a feature that was obsolete, the Pause Westernisation option. Instead, owners of Common Sense will be able to have a better control of their institution spread when they increase development in a province. Increasing a 30 development city by 1, gives +5 to Institution Progress of the oldest institution not present in the province. It scales to +10 at 60 development, and down to +0.5 in a 3 development rural backwater.



And our fourth feature mentioned today Random New World from Conquest of Paradise. In 1.18 we’re adding lots of new tiles, increasing the total by over 37%. There are some tiles that are big enough to be a double-continent, like this familiar and fun territory. This tile was created by community member [USER=720610]@Elzephor[/user] !



Of course, we’ve done quite a bit of bug-fixing, balancing and AI improvement to previous features. Next week, [SIZE=6]On TUESDAY[/size], we’ll talk about launcher and multiplayer improvements.

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September 15

Bodycount & Minimap Improvement



Good afternoon everyone. Thursday rolls around so once more we have some features from the upcoming Rights of Man to share with you. We've already shown off a huge number of changes coming with both the free 1.18 Prussia Patch and Rights of Man but we're still not done yet! Let's check out a couple more new additions.

Bodycount
When concluding a war, it's hard to get a sense of scale for just how many enemies fell to your blades, starved to death in your rolling tundra or were sent to the bottom of the ocean. Personally, I would like to know these figures so I can triumphantly explain to my nation why it was worth exhausting our manpower pool over the Border Friction at Jemtland to inflict massive casualties on our foes.

At the conclusion of a war you will be presented with a Bodycount screen showing losses for both sides and a breakdown of what was lost, how they perished and their unit model, just so you can look them dead in the eyes.



Additionally, you can select the shields for each nation involved in the war to see their individual burden that they shouldered, so you can see who did and did not pull their weight in a war. Very useful for those times where your ally in a war claims that they were fighting all the battles, you just weren't watching at the time. Clicking on the Defender or Attacker icons will show the losses for everyone on that side.



As with most pop-ups, you can toggle the display of this one to your liking. You can also observe game-long statistics about this in the ledger, where we have added pages for army and navy losses for all nations. Enjoy some numbers from last night's hands-off and try not to be scared of Russia, France and Ottomans.



Another minor change we has as part of Rights of Man is an indicator on the Minimap for friendly and hostile forces.



At times, panning around to keep an eye on all parts of your sprawling empire to see if your enemies are invading can be time better spent elsewhere. Now, as long as a nation's units are not covered by Fog of War, they will appear on the Minimap, either Green or Blue for friendlies, or red for hostile. Again, this feature can be toggled on and off.

These are two paid features in the upcoming Rights of Man expansion which will be released alongside the Free 1.18 Prussia Patch. Rights of Man will cost $20 or your local equivalent and be released on the 11th October. Our team is hard at work [S]plotting against each other for the ongoing multiplayer[/s] finalizing the expansion but we still have a few more things to show, and will be back again next week to maybe, just maybe, explain what Necromunda was all about.

If you hunger for more, perhaps the Rights of Man Developer Multiplayer will take your fancy:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5BSsR-P48Rw

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Reviews

“A hallmark of excellence.”
9,5/10 – Destructoid

“Europa Universalis IV is a masterwork of a strategy game.”
91/100 & Editors Choice – PC Gamer

“Complex and rewarding strategizing makes the fourth game in the Europa Universalis dynasty shine.”
9/10 & Editors Choice – Gamespot

About This Game

Fulfill Your Quest For Global Domination

Paradox Development Studio is back with the fourth installment of the award-winning Europa Universalis series. The empire building game Europa Universalis IV gives you control of a nation to guide through the years in order to create a dominant global empire. Rule your nation through the centuries, with unparalleled freedom, depth and historical accuracy. True exploration, trade, warfare and diplomacy will be brought to life in this epic title rife with rich strategic and tactical depth.

Main Features


  • Make your own decisions: Nation building is completely flexible and the possibilities are endless.
  • Use your Monarch Power: Experience the new system of monarch power where your choices are influenced by the caliber of the man or woman you have at the top and will direct the ebb and flow of gameplay.
  • Experience history coming to life: The great personalities of the past are on hand to support you as you make your mark on thousands of historical events.
  • Turn the world into your playground: Enjoy hundreds of years of gameplay in a lush topographical map complete with dynamic seasonal effects.
  • Experience the all new trade system: The trade system adds a new dimension to the great trade empires of the period. Gain control of vital trade routes and make the wealth of the world flow to your coffers.
  • Bring out your negotiating skills in a deeper diplomatic system: Use coalitions, royal marriages and support for rebels and explore the possibilities of the new unilateral opinion system.
  • Engage in Cross-platform Multiplayer: Battle against your friends or try the co-operative multiplayer mode that allows several players to work together to control a single nation with up to 32 players. Featuring improved chat and new matchmaking servers.
  • Create your own history & customize your game: Europa Universalis IV gives you the chance to customize and mod practically anything your heart may desire and uses Steam Workshop.

System Requirements

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    Minimum:
    • OS:Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
    • Processor:Intel® Pentium® IV 2.4 GHz eller AMD 3500+
    • Memory:2 GB RAM
    • Graphics:NVIDIA® GeForce 8800 or ATI Radeon® X1900, 512mb video memory required
    • DirectX®:9.0c
    • Hard Drive:2 GB HD space
    • Sound:Direct X- compatible soundcard
    • Other Requirements:Broadband Internet connection
    • Additional:Controller support: 3-button mouse, keyboard and speakers. Internet Connection or LAN for multiplayer
    Recommended:
    • OS:Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
    • Processor:Intel® Pentium® IV 2.4 GHz or AMD 3500+
    • Memory:2 GB RAM
    • Graphics:NVIDIA® GeForce 8800 or ATI Radeon® X1900, 1024mb video memory recommended
    • DirectX®:9.0c
    • Hard Drive:2 GB HD space
    • Sound:Direct X-compatible soundcard
    • Other Requirements:Broadband Internet connection
    • Additional:Controller support: 3-button mouse, keyboard and speakers. Internet Connection or LAN for multiplayer
    Minimum:
    • OS:Mac OS X 10.6.8 or better
    • Processor:Intel Core Duo Processor (2GHz or better)
    • Memory:2 GB RAM
    • Graphics:ATI Radeon HD 6750 / NVIDIA GeForce 320 / NVIDIA GeForce 9600 or higher, 1024MB graphics memory required
    • Hard Drive:2 GB HD space
    • Other Requirements:Broadband Internet connection
    • Additional:GLSL 1.3, OpenGL 2.1. Controller support: 3-button mouse, keyboard and speakers. Internet Connection or LAN for multiplayer
    Recommended:
    • OS:Mac OS X 10.6.8 or better
    • Processor:Intel Core Duo Processor (2GHz or better)
    • Memory:2 GB RAM
    • Graphics:ATI Radeon HD 6750 / NVIDIA GeForce 320 / NVIDIA GeForce 9600 or higher, 1024MB graphics memory required
    • Hard Drive:2 GB HD space
    • Other Requirements:Broadband Internet connection
    • Additional:GLSL 1.3, OpenGL 2.1. Controller support: 3-button mouse, keyboard and speakers. Internet Connection or LAN for multiplayer
    Minimum:
    • OS:Ubuntu 14.04 LTS
    • Processor:Intel Core Duo Processor (2GHz or better)
    • Memory:2 GB RAM
    • Graphics:ATI Radeon HD 6750 / NVIDIA GeForce 320 / NVIDIA GeForce 9600 or higher, 1024MB graphics memory required
    • Hard Drive:2 GB HD space
    • Other Requirements:Broadband Internet connection
    • Additional:GLSL 1.3, OpenGL 2.1. Controller support: 3-button mouse, keyboard and speakers. Internet Connection or LAN for multiplayer
    Recommended:
    • OS:Ubuntu 14.04 LTS
    • Processor:Intel Core Duo Processor (2GHz or better)
    • Memory:2 GB RAM
    • Graphics:ATI Radeon HD 6750 / NVIDIA GeForce 320 / NVIDIA GeForce 9600 or higher, 1024MB graphics memory required
    • Hard Drive:2 GB HD space
    • Other Requirements:Broadband Internet connection
    • Additional:GLSL 1.3, OpenGL 2.1. Controller support: 3-button mouse, keyboard and speakers. Internet Connection or LAN for multiplayer
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chingboi_44
82.7 hrs
Posted: September 24
a critticaly acclaimed game with expansions that people might as well criticise before they even come out. 10/10 would colonize as the ottomans again
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JunkYardDogx123
283.5 hrs
Posted: September 24
10/10 would eu4 again.
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koteu
58.3 hrs
Posted: September 24
i really wish they did not charge 40 euro for this and your soul for the dlc
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yxemS ehT ,sekotS
78.2 hrs
Posted: September 24
Makes CIV look like tick-tak-toe. So ♥♥♥♥ing good. Playing for years and i still dont understand trade. Would declare war on the HRE again.
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Athena
71.6 hrs
Posted: September 24
An excellent game if you take the time to learn it, and until then it's a terrifying history textbook that you know has promise but aren't sure how to read.
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Banana Panda
103.6 hrs
Posted: September 23
10/10 would annex
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Peasant
76.4 hrs
Posted: September 23
Solid game, great fun, you spend the first like 5 hours trying to figure out what the ♥♥♥♥ you're supposed to do and then when you finally get it the ball starts rolling, as usual I pick all the stupidly hard nations straight off like Byzantium before realising that it gets you anally rayped if you don't know what you're doing.

Either way, fun game. My only concern is that in the Common Sense DLC it basically kills off alliances in that they can pretty much only be used defensively now, making allies 75% less effective overall. However, it does make vassals a whole lot more powerful and helpful when compared to allies, as you can use your vassals to fight for you and your allies to simply defend you in the afermath. (Obviously you need to actually GET vassals first. Or a Personal Union.)

8/10
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gar_teg
86.2 hrs
Posted: September 23
Only buy this game if you plan on purchasing all of the DLC, because the base game is awful. The DLC makes it much better, but it's a tricky and slimey way to do business (Paradox's way to do business, in other words)
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lenny
0.6 hrs
Posted: September 23
good game
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DerpAherp
356.4 hrs
Posted: September 23
So im in a war with my ai ally of 100 years. Me and him have been at each other's side since the start of the game. Than we get into this war vs the ottoscum, and i end up having no manpower and 4 loans, but we win. No joke, 4 days later 4 ♥♥♥♥ing days later my long time ally disbands are allaince and allies ALL OF MY RIVAILS. 2 months later after that. Still no manpower, 100k in the hole, my rivals attack me and my bestest ally is now seiging my capital.

You can bet your ♥♥♥ when i got back on my feet i genoicede his entire culture group.

10/Hitler would ally again.
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175 of 225 people (78%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
394.3 hrs on record
Posted: August 26
I generally like this game but there´s something ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ me off and prevents me from buying future titles of this franchise.

The DLC policy is simply impertinent. Not only are the costs greatly exaggerated, the game is also forcing you to buy certain DLCs. There are some gamebreaking mechanics in the game which only get fixed by DLCs.

Example?:

You want to conquer a province. You get a claim on it. You declare war with your allies. Allies take the wanted province. Now you can not cede this claimed province to you during the peace talks because your allies have occupied it (aka you were not fast enough) unless you have The Art of War DLC.

You are also unable to improve your economy which is a turn off for every smaller country. Your development level is fixed for the entire game... unless you have Common Sense DLC.
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37 of 42 people (88%) found this review helpful
6 people found this review funny
Recommended
829.9 hrs on record
Posted: August 25
So, time to write a review. I own all gameplay DLCs so your experience might be a little different if you only own the core game.

So, what exactly is Europa Universalis 4? It is a game where you are playing a nation on its path between 1444 and 1821. Your goal is to make the nation prosper through conquest, colonisation, technological advancement and diplomaty. Each game is different, depending which "nation" you play. If you start as the Duchy of Anhalt (central Germany) you won't be colonising and as a Mongol Horde your diplomats will only be used to declare wars and demand land at the end of them. You can play anyone, from a random indian Tribe in Oregon to a Japanese Warlord.

The game has no story mode because you write your own. You want to restore the Roman Empire from the brink of destruction? Than that's your story. You want to crush everything under the boots of your Prussian infantry while struggeling against the Austrian crown for hegamony over Germany? Go for it. You want to defend cristianity by driving the Saracens from the Holy Land and reinstate the Kingdom of Heaven? You want to recreate Leif Eriksons jorneys and start a Norwegian colony in Canada? You want to rule a Japanese Empire spanning from California to Capetown?

You see, the posibilities are nearly endless. And if you think you are not creative enough to come up with something to callange yourself there are always 185 official Achievments to get. Their difficulty varies from "press a button" to "it's only here to find new exploits and impossible without much cheese".

Now be warned, it takes more time to learn this game than most other games and below 200 hours you are considered new. This game is not hard to play well but to do some crazy stuff like form Germany as Mayor of the Free City of Frankfurt you will need practise and patience. You will always find new stuff. A single playthrough takes at least 10 hours, 20-30 is more realistic.

This game is somewhat historical and if you want to you can force things to happen similar to history. There are a couple ways the devs made sure that at least some historical accuracy is in place. But consider that your actions have a lot of influence on the way the events unfold. If you backstab Austria they won't be able to keep the Ottomans in check and you doomed Eastern Europe. So get ready to fight the Turks to drive them out of Poland or they will come for you next.


Now about the DLCs. Yes, they are expensive. However, you can get everything for 60 bucks on sale and that's around the price of an AAA game which offers 30 hours of gameplay. Or simply play Multiplayer because only the Host needs to own the DLCs.


So let's sum it up:


Positive:
- Offers hundreds, if not thousands of hours of entertainment. I have clocked 768 hours and not even played 10% of all possible nations.
- Stable (I had maybe 2 non mod ralated crashes within 768 hours)
- No big bugs
- Increadible mod support. There are total conversion mods, from Game of Thrones to Witcher and of course a lot of gameplay enchancements.
- The devs listen to the playerbase and communicate a lot. There are weekly dev diaries.
- There's still a lot of content (free and paid) coming.
Neutral:
- Could use a little more visualisation

Negative:
- High initial price (with all DLCs)
- Takes away all your time and it's suddenly 1am.
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113 of 172 people (66%) found this review helpful
4 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
217.8 hrs on record
Posted: September 1
EU IV, the new Train simulator.

I love it, but the DLCs are too many and too costly. Stop being greedy Paradox.
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137 of 223 people (61%) found this review helpful
35 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
1,479.8 hrs on record
Posted: August 28
This game - at least for me - is a joke, an absolute stupid joke.
The pro arguments can be found throughout all positive reviews.
I have more than 1,2k hours spent on this game and I have around 130 achievements unlocked.

And now here comes the joke....

Ironman ... I understand ... its for the players who want to play a relatively accurate simulation and not some console opening/typing/closing ... the 2nd being a waste of time.

The thing about ironman apparentally is - at least it feels so in every run to me - that as soon as the AI knows which achievement you are going for, the whole world turns against you, trying to prevent you from reaching the achievement.

This makes achievements extremely hard to get - and yeah ... that is still okay with me.

What I am not okay with is listed below:

The things that make me go uberly mad and crazy are things happening as follows:

- Playing Bengal, having mil-tech 7, 5% extra discipline and a ration of 3:1 favouring my side. I am camping on a province with mountains with a 5 shock general. My enemies together have 1/2 size of my army, have a 3 shock general, no extra discipline, no extra tactics or ANY thing that could favour them. Additionally they are mil-tech 4-5 .... I get attacked in the mountains and I was squished instantly.... Any explanations?! huh? hello? WTF is this? ... okay that was only a waste of around 3-4 hours gameplay.

- Playing Granada ... already owning half of iberia .... war against portugal (3 provinces nothing more of portugal), no allies, no nothing ... I declare war and suddenly around 45k of merceneries/condottierie are hired and they come from allllll over the continent ... what the actual ♥♥♥♥ paradox??? WHAT THE ACTUAL ♥♥♥♥?!?!?! Okay ... no problem .... only a waste of about 15 hours gameplay.

- Playing the papal state: Going for the holy trinity achievement ... only 3 wars away from completing the achievement. Huge coalition forms ... no problem ...declares war on me ... no problem --> I have commonwealth and France as allies .... both with +200 relations, at peace, owing me alltogether about 50 favours ... they dont accept .... WTF??!?!?!?!?! What the actual ♥♥♥♥ paradox?! Stop kidding everyone with your secret mechanics... that is a joke ... okay around 30-35 hours of gameplay lost ... what a waste ....

These are only 3 of 100s of frustrating examples where u end up quitting the game with your heart in your pants, asking yourself what the hell happened right there ... Then screaming at the screen cuz u have literally wasted so many hours for absolutely nothing.

This is enough paradox ... go to hell, i will uninstall this devilish game and never turn it on again. You guys know very well why you chose the brand name "Paradox" ... because it is all damn paradox and non logical ... U guys are crazy ...

Additionally wanting around 15-20 EUR for every DLC ... dont get me started on that one .... you guys suck ... sorry, I supported your games since the release of HOI2 ... but it has all turned into a money making joke. Hope your business crumbles by no logical means, just like my empires did ...
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36 of 50 people (72%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
267.4 hrs on record
Posted: September 1
I have never reviewed a game prior to this, but can't help have a bit of a moan about Paradox.

Whilst I love this game and most of the genre, HOI, Crusader Kings and the EU series.The engine is much the same as previous versions of the game. I am not asking Paradox to to reinvent the wheel every time they release a new version, and whilst a real effort is made to improve the game at each iteration, not only do you have to pay full price for each game, despite owning previous ones, you are expected to buy the DLC just to make the game work the way it should have in the first place.

I checked today, during a sale where there is a 66% reduction in the cost of DLC, it would still cost me an additional £63.00 to get it all and I already have 23 DLC's, bringing what I have spent on the game to well over £140, that's insane. Without the sale it would have cost £189.00 what the **** Paradox. People complain about the likes of WOT or Stronghold Kingdoms being pay to play games, but at the very least they are honest.

Whilst I really enjoy this kind of strategy and Paradox are streets ahead in this type of game, I just can't recommend it because of the all the DLC that's required to make it complete.
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36 of 54 people (67%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
55.7 hrs on record
Posted: August 30
Product received for free
As already said in a lot of quality reviews here, the economic model of the game is a joke. Did you bought the base game (40 €, not exactly cheap) or even better, the "Extreme edition" (4 DLCs for a mere 5 more euros (a great deal right ?)

Then ♥♥♥♥ you.

The base game is barren and quite limited and you need those 20 € DLCs to stay relevant against the broken logic of the game rules and the ability of the AI to well, be a broken AI relying on too many cheap bonuses to offer any challenge and nothing else.

And still, this would be nothing if the devs were not actually taking out mechanics with each patch, "enhance" them and then release the updated gameplay feature behind a paywall. (The patches only implement very basic things and are obviously just there to prepare way for the next DLC. Speaking of them, the devs are most of the time ignoring their fanbase and tend to actually reduce the possibility of metagaming instead of actually fixing things up (i.e. Fixing an exploit used to circumvent a broken mechanic but not fixing said mechanic, letting you, the player forced to face an obviousy unfair mechanic)

If this was 2014 I would fiercely recommend the game, but in-between, It went from awesome to baleful because of poor management, and of the devs ego and greedyness.

Sad.
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31 of 49 people (63%) found this review helpful
22 people found this review funny
Recommended
4,077.2 hrs on record
Posted: August 31
I have not yet experienced eveything this game has to offer, but love it so far.
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10 of 11 people (91%) found this review helpful
9 people found this review funny
Recommended
694.9 hrs on record
Posted: September 20
My parents attitude towards Me: Hostile
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20 of 32 people (63%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
212.7 hrs on record
Posted: August 25
EUIV is a masterpiece, and I must-have if you're a fan of Grand-Strategies, however, the cheap-♥♥♥♥♥ that are Paradox are milking a 3 Year old game for every penny, and it's just getting worse & worse with this DLC ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥t. I don't reccomend purchasing this unless you're content with playing an irrelevent build, which by itself is $40.
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5 of 5 people (100%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Recommended
236.5 hrs on record
Posted: September 10
I recommend this game 11/10
Pros:
-you get to learn history
-you can play as any nation that existed in the period from 1444 to 1821
-you get eaten by France
-you get eaten by Ottomans
-you get eaten by any nation that is bigger than you if you have no allies
-10/10 would get eaten again because i ♥♥♥♥ up because of one minor decision
-if you don't ♥♥♥♥ up you can eat everyone else
Cons:
-you might lose your life
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