Get ready for an adventure this August.
The hype for Paradox Interactive’s Europa Universalis IV continues to build as the publisher releases a new video promotion the strategy game. However, this relates to the epic score within the game, composed by the Brandenburg State Orchestr who the main theme of the empire building exercise, “The Voyage.” Check it out above.
“The Voyage” is a rather heavy-hitting number – it’s performed by Brandenburgisches Staatsorchester at the Carl Philipp Emanuel bach Konzerthalle, and orchestrated by none other than Grammy nominated conductor Bernd Ruf.
The in-game version is composed by Paradox’s Andreas Waldetoft and is meant to evoke the feelings of a journey to begin, as travelers and empire builders alike begin their question for adventure and excitement. It should be noted that the performance seen here and in-game version are the same.
Meanwhile, Europa Universalis is available for pre-purchase on PC via Steam with a release date set for August 13th 2013. It will span from the year 1444 A.D. and culminate in the late 18th century.