Europa Universalis IV – Common Sense : screenshots

Paradox dévoile un peu plus cette semaine la prochaine extension de Europa Universalis IV. Intitulée Common Sense, ce sixième add-on ajoutera différentes nouvelles options pour gérer plus finement son royaume ou par exemple ses colonies, et améliorera aussi la représentation de la carte. A lire en complément les récents Dev diaries dont vous trouverez la liste par ici dans le forum du jeu. Ou aussi en VF dans cette discussion chez Mundus Bellicus ou encore dans celle-ci chez Jeux-Stratégie.

La sortie de Europa Universalis IV – Common Sense est prévue le 9 juin prochain, et ce DLC sera accompagné comme à l’accoutumée d’une mise à jour gratuite du jeu de base.




STOCKHOLM – May 28, 2015 – The Common Sense expansion for Europa Universalis IV will encourage you to take a closer look at the dominions you control – provincial development, new options for subject states, and parliaments to bend to your will. So it makes sense to take a closer look at how the game will appear. Paradox Development Studio has you covered.

Ten new screenshots of Common Sense (available in our Press FTP linked in the footer) reveal a few of the secrets hidden by our cabinet ministers for the last few months. Get a sneak peek at a few of the new events relevant for subject states, our new theocracy government and the Buddhist nations of East Asia. Our new building menu is revealed, as well as the master menus for the Parliamentary and development mechanics.

Also, pictures of tall men carrying pikes, because that’s how we roll at Paradox.
We’ve already announced the major new features for Common Sense – national churches, provincial development, etc – but, as always, the expansion will come with a free patch that upgrades many parts of the game whether you buy Common Sense or not. This has become such an important part of our process that we’ve even named our upgrades.

Meet Charles V (also the handsome man in the header).

New Fort System: No more tiny sieges blanketing every province; forts are rarer and stronger, requiring greater investment of manpower and money
Buildings Redone: fewer building types with greater effects to add variety and strategy to your construction plan
Major changes to the map:  The Low Countries now have more complicated politics, and parts of Italy, Germany and Poland have become more detailed
Future Trade Goods: Before you colonize an overseas province, you now have a hint as to what treasures are coming your way
Reworked Diplomacy: Always fixing, always changing, always improving

Common Sense hits digital retailers on June 9th – get ready to rule a whole new world.



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