Focus on The Indian Subcontinent in Europa Universalis IV: Dharma

Posted by May 19, 2018 Comment

Paradox Interactive’s third and final DLC expansion announcement coming out of PDXCON today was the Dharma expansion for their best-selling history strategy game Europa Universalis IV.

In Dharma, players will find a new level of customization for their governments, and can design a kingdom or republic with new reforms and upgrades. Dharma puts a greater emphasis on peacetime interactions, especially for the varied nations of India and the colonial powers attempting to make their fortune in Asia. This new government design feature is the most significant change coming with the expansion, and will have some exclusive reforms available for many nations.
Europa Universalis IV: Dharma‘s features include:
  • Design Your Government: Unlock reforms that will define how you govern your kingdom or republic, earning free policies and boosting the power of some estates.
  • Reworked Policy System: Policies get a new look in the free update, but Dharma will include special bonuses that make this system even m ore attractive.
  • Trade Company Investments: Upgrade and improve the provinces tied to your trade companies, conferring bonuses both to the European master and neighboring Indian nations.
  • New Cossack Government: Exclusive for owners of The Cossacks expansion.
  • New Indian Mission Trees: Unique mission paths for the most important Indian sultanates and kingdoms.
  • New Indian Estates: Alongside a free update to the estate system, India gets five new castes. Raise the brahmins to reduce unrest in a province or install Jain governors for a boost to income while reducing manpower..
  • New Mughal Culture Bonus: The Mughal Empire can assimilate and accommodate newly conquered cultures with ease.
  • Charter Companies: Europeans can buy a foothold into trade charter zones in Africa and Asia, if they can find a prince that trusts them.
  • Upgraded Trade Centers: Invest in the development of your Centers of Trade
  • And more, including: new ways to suppress rebellion, the monsoon season, new uses for colonists in non-colonial development, scornful insults, multiplayer teams, new art, and a host of new achievements.
As always, Europa Universalis IV: Dharma will be accompanied by a free update for all players, including a major reworking of the game’s map of India, Tibet and Burma.
Europa Universalis IV: Dharma will be available later this year for a suggested retail price of $19.99 USD.
You can check out the announcement trailer below.

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(Last Updated May 19, 2018 5:53 am )

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