Trailer pour Hearts of Iron IV – Waking the Tiger


Voici une nouvelle bande-annonce pour accompagner la sortie aujourd’hui de la troisième extension majeure de Hearts of Iron IV. Add-on qui ajoute donc une arborescence de politiques nationales pour la Chine, qui modifie celles pour l’Allemagne et le Japon, ajoute aussi de nouvelles décisions, la prise en compte de la chaîne de commandement, ou encore la possibilité de récupérer de l’équipement sur les champs de bataille.

A noter que pour le jeu de base est aussi arrivé un patch 1.5, corrigeant ou ajustant de nombreuses choses, dont l’IA et les performances, et pour lequel vous trouverez le changelog complet par ici dans le forum officiel.

Sachez aussi que vous trouverez aussi cette extension, ainsi que le jeu de base et les autres DLC, en promotion actuellement chez notre partenaire Gamesplanet (à respectivement -63% pour HoI IV, – 53% pour Together for Victory, -30% pour Death or Dishonor, et -10% pour Waking the Tiger, profitez-en !).

Pour plus d’informations sur Waking the Tiger, dont nous reparlerons dans quelques temps, voyez cette fiche sur Steam ou sur cette page chez l’éditeur. Vous trouverez aussi sur le wiki officiel différents dev diaries présentant certaines des nouveautés (des traductions se trouvant par exemple chez Mundus Bellicus).

Concernant le jeu de base reportez-vous à cette page chez l’éditeur ou à celle-ci sur Steam.

Puis à lire également nos articles HoI IV – Death or Dishonor : tenir ou tomberHoI IV – Together for Victory : le Commonwealth à l’honneurHearts of Iron IV, un nouveau souffle pour la série et Hearts of Iron IV : quels apports pour le patch 1.1 ? et Hearts of Iron IV : le point sur le patch 1.2. Ou aussi dans nos archives notre série d’AAR Hearts of Iron IV : valse soviétique.


War on All Fronts! Waking the Tiger Now Available!
Major Hearts of Iron IV expansion launches today

STOCKHOLM – 08 March 2018 – Are you ready to beat back the imperialist aggression of the world’s bullies? Paradox Development Studio is happy to announce the release of Waking the Tiger, an expansion to Hearts of Iron IV that makes major improvements to many aspects of the game, while drawing players’ attention to the Chinese Front.

The Chinese Republic is barely 25 years old and has still not found the unity it seeks. But now, pressed by Japan, China’s factions might find in war the common cause that eluded them in peace. New leaders and focus trees for Nationalist China, Communist China, the warlord states and the Japanese vassals add more depth and history to one of history’s forgotten fronts

Hearts of Iron IV: Waking the Tiger includes:

– Chinese National Focuses: Divided and under threat, China has great reserves of manpower and diplomatic flexibility
– Chain of Command: Unite your armies under a field marshal who can take advantage of the many skills of the generals under his direction.
– Decisions and Missions: Historical decisions and national missions give you new places to spend Political Power, as you deal with domestic politics or start special projects.
– Commanders’ Traits and Abilities: Commanders’’ traits can now unlock powerful Command Power abilities, allowing great flexibility and creativity.
– Updated Axis Focus Trees: Alternate historical paths for the German Reich and Imperial Japan, including parliamentary rule in Japan and the return of the Kaiser to Germany.
– Acclimatization: Over time, troops will learn how to survive in the desert or harsh winters, giving these veterans an edge on the battlefield.
– And More: Capturing battlefield equipment, and a revitalized air war system that has room for Volunteer air wings.

As usual, the expansion will be released alongside a major game update that is freely available to all Hearts of Iron IV players.

Hearts of Iron IV: Waking the Tiger is available now for a suggested retail price of $19.99.

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