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Europa Universalis IV is the most recent offering from Paradox Interactive, the RPG developers behind Europa Universalis and Crusader Kings. Released in March of 2014, Europa Universalis IV is the fourth installment in the series. The game offers a very different experience from the previous games, putting more focus on grand strategy and diplomacy. This is reflected in the game’s new “Grand Campaign” feature, which allows you to play the game as the leader of a nation and all of its subjects.
I’ve been playing Europa Universalis IV since its release and I must say I’ve been pretty happy with how it’s turned out. I’ve been following the progress of the game closely and have been pleased with all of the improvements. I’ve also been pleased with the amount of new content being added, the new ideas, and the deep gameplay.
Hunter Boyce is the author of this book.
Hunter Boyce is a writer, which is presumably self-evident given the conspicuous display of the word “author.” He mostly focuses on video games. Previously, he worked as a mixed martial arts news reporter. He works as a web producer in Atlanta when he’s not writing about people punching each other in the face or leveling up in the newest RPG. You can tweet him at @SomthinClever with all of your MMA and video game-related questions. Feel free to express your requests in ALL CAPS to him; he enjoys it.
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