Check out the free demo of the upcoming empire game
A demo for the upcoming empire build and rule game, Europa Universalis IV, was released today on steam by developers Paradox Development Studio and publisher Paradox interactive. The demo is free for Steam users and will give gamers a good feel of what is to be expected from EU IV, which will be released in full August 13th.
Europa Universalis IV places a focus not only on building and ruling your own nation, but also on exploring and conquering new territory. Developers, Paradox, have also been working with Steam to allow player modifications, allowing savvy enough gamers to implement their own models, rules and strategies as they compete or unite with their friends in their quests for global control.
The demo of Europa Universalis IV will allow palyers to chose one of three playable nations: The trade-heavy Venice, the explorative Portugal, or the diplomatic Austria. The demo will include a thorough tutorial and hint system, and games will last for a maximum of 28 in-game years. There is no multiplayer functionality in the demo, and save and load capabilities are not enabled.
Check out Europa Universalis IV on the Steam Store.