Europa Universalis IV: Res Publica

Platform(s): PC
Genre: Strategy
Publisher: Paradox Interactive
Developer: Paradox Development
Release Date: Summer 2014

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'Europa Universalis IV: Res Publica' Announced - Screens

by Rainier on June 17, 2014 @ 8:19 a.m. PDT

The Res Publica expansion will introduce new systems of governance and trade to the game, including an all-new government type and several new Idea Groups for ambitious strategists to explore.

Res Publica, a Latin phrase meaning 'Public Affairs,' expands upon the critically acclaimed strategy game Europa Universalis IV, providing players with even more ways to rewrite history and tell their unique stories of conquest. In Res Publica, dictators and diplomats will discover new ways to manage and govern their empires, including additional ways to influence growth, sway the balance of power, and maintain – or shatter – a nation’s stability.


Res Publica adds the following features to the game’s affairs:

  • Republic Affairs: Grow your influence with the Merchant Republic faction to create new trade posts and reap bonuses, or exploit the inner power struggles of the Dutch Republic and their unique election events
  • Meet the New Boss: Try the all-new Republican Dictatorship government type, and decide between increases in power or Republic Tradition in new in-game opportunities and events
  • Don’t Fight the Power: Retain power for the ruling family by backing heirs in Elective Monarchies; boost your growth with the National Focus bonus and spend your points on Administrative, Diplomatic, or Military Power

Res Publica will provide grand strategy fans with their broadest set of choices and tactics yet when it releases this summer. However, if you want to see the expanded gameplay in action right now, check out livestream where we have 32 dev’s playing the latest beta build of the game today from 15:30cest to 17:30cest.


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