Europa Universalis 4: Lions of the North will be released on September 13th. – News

Europa Universalis 4: Lions of the North will be released on September 13th.  - News

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Europa Universalis 4 (in review), Paradox Interactive’s best-selling historical strategy game, is included Lions of the North from September 13, 2022 a new Immersion Pack.

The expansion is dedicated entirely to the Baltic and Scandinavian regions. Rich in natural resources and medieval trading cities, the early modern Baltic states are fertile ground for a burgeoning empire. Whoever controls the Western Passage can dictate access to lands ripe for development, exploitation and conquest. Old ways and old loyalties are quickly giving way to new ambitions. Lions of the North will be available from 09/13/22 at a suggested retail price of €14.99. You can watch the new trailer right below this news.

In Lions of the North you will find a variety of new national missions and content tailored to the major and medium powers of the Baltic and Scandinavian regions. You choose to either preserve or undermine the Kalmar Union between Denmark, Norway and Sweden, revitalize the Teutonic Order as a crusader state, or build an island pirate empire to threaten thriving trading centers. Dozens of new alternative historical paths are open to you with Lions of the North.

The highlights of the Europa Universalis 4: Lions of the North Immersion Pack at a glance:

  • Expanded Branching Missions: Choices made along some mission trees will determine what options will be available in the future. This allows you to follow different paths.
  • New mission trees for Denmark: At the same time as you maintain power in Scandinavia, you are expanding your influence on the northern German cities.
  • New mission trees for Sweden and Norway: With the liberation from Danish dominance, a base on the continent transforms into the base of a northern empire.
  • New mission trees for the Teutonic Order, the Livonian Order and Riga: You can follow the path of religious zeal or secularize your empire in a forward-looking way.
  • New mission trees for Poland, Lithuania and the Commonwealth: Vast lands on the border between East and West pose unique challenges for ambitious rulers.
  • Other mission tree changes: Pirate Kings of Gotland, unique options for a united Scandinavia, a free Finland and a mighty Danzig.
  • New Government Reforms and Property Privileges: Some regional powers will have unique governance options and new ways to win the favor and influence of local properties.
  • New Units: The Swedish Caroline Infantry and the Polish-Lithuanian Winged Hussars are available for recruitment.
  • New Unit Art: 35 new army sprites for regional powers.
  • New Music: Three new Scandinavian pieces of music plus three more Baltic songs.
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Lions of the North is accompanied by a major update to Europa Universalis 4, free for all players.