Taking inspiration from the conquest and discovery of the New World, this Music Pack adds new music to enhance the Europa Universalis IV soundtrack.
The new tracks, totalling about 10 minutes of new, masterfully composed music are created by the talented Andreas Waldetoft, famous for the music of previous Paradox games such as Crusader Kings II, Hearts of Iron III and Victoria II.
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3 new songs, each playing on their own after you discovered the New World. When I first played as a colonizer with this little DLC on, it felt really, really amazing. It's intended to try to make you feel like you're there - on the shore, experiencing what the first conquistadors had ahead of them. The music is indeed mystical - it gives the sense of the unknown and unexplored and colonizing is much better with it. The Hunt, The Grand Armada and Travel the New World will be added to the music player with this and they are worth listening to.
This DLC only adds music to the game, no gameplay features, and whether or not it is worth the price to you is going to be based on how much you like this music, if you listen to the in game music, and how much you want it playing over the games other tracks. I enjoy these tracks, and most of the music in EU4 and like the added variety so, for me, it is worth a purchase. The new tracks included are The Hunt, The Grand Armada, and Travel the New World. I consider The Hunt and Travel the New World to be two of the best peacetime tracks, fit to exploring the world, The Grand Armada is excellent for any country building up or moving a large navy around the map or to invade other lands.
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