Paradox Interactive presents the newest expansion to Europa Universalis IV, the landmark historical grand strategy game from Paradox Development Studio. Rights of Man adds greater depth and detail to a host of game systems. New decisions, greater customization and added personality are all coming to the best-selling game about exploration, trade and conquest.
• Great Powers now have special diplomatic abilities: Don’t let your development lag while you expand, so you can make use of new threats and overtures to neighbors
• Personalities and traits for monarchs and military leaders will add bonuses to your nation or assist you in battle
• Queens can be generated by royal marriages, and serve as regents if an underage heir ascends to the throne
• Subject nations can be given more specific instructions on how to behave at war
• Fetishist nations can choose from a number of cults, and uncover new options as they wage war and make alliances
• Coptic nations will be tasked with preserving their faith through the control of holy sites throughout the near east
• Other Features, including a new faction system for Revolutionary Republics, a unique new government form for the Ottoman Empire, the ability to abdicate, allowing building in subject states, and debasing currency for quick cash
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While many of the expansions for Paradox titles tends to add to the game in one area or add to one type of nation that you can play as, Rights of Man makes big changes that will effect everyone. The way technology spreads has been changed with new institutions being added that will help to level the playing field a bit for non European nations, new government options for certain nations will also help them to feel more unique and for you to take actions that feel more in line with how they were run. New types of religions and goals for them were added, as well as system that cause them to spread and become part of other nations. Leaders have traits that will help set them apart. The strongest nations will gain access to new options and possibly new worries if they end up angering other strong nations. Some good UI changes and smaller features were also added to the game. This joins Joins Art of War in being a strong expansion that also feels like one of the more important ones to add to the game.
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