Europa Universalis III: In Nomine Announced

Paradox Interactive announces Europa Universalis III: In Nomine, an expansion for the real-time strategy sequel expected some time before summer, which seems oddly close to the planned release of Europa Universalis: Rome. In a twist we can't recall encountering before, this is actually an expansion for an expansion, as In Nomine requires the Napoleon's Ambition add-on:
New York, USA (March 6, 2008) – Paradox Interactive announced today a new expansion for critically acclaimed Europa Universalis III.

EU III - In Nomine (requires Napoleon's Ambition) is scheduled for a release before summer and fans of the series and strategy games can discuss the game further with more than 90,000 other gamer on the Paradox Forums.

"The idea for this expansion was born on our forums, said Producer and Head of the Paradox development team Johan Andersson". "In this case we felt that the forum wishes for the next EU III expansion was aligned with our visions for Europa Universalis III and we are really excited to launch this product".

Features include:

        • Start in October 1399 and the coronation of Henry IV of England. Experience over 50 more years of gameplay, experiencing the Byzantine Empire, Tamerlane and the end of the Hundred Years War.

        • Better overview of the decisions needed to shape the future of your country. Strive to create Great Britain, Make Paris worth a Mass, or institute an East Indian Trade Company. Act, rather than react, and implement decisions on both country and province level, with the new decision system, including hundreds of different decisions depending on situation.

        • Experience the new Mission System, where the player and AI alike will be given goals to achieve, providing endless replayability by guiding history along different tracks every time.

        • Rebels with a Cause. There are countless types of rebels, all with different goals, and different abilities. You may get colonial rebels in your colonies determined to get representation or independence, you may get reactionary nobles rising up to put the serfs back where the belong. Crush them by force, or negotiate with them, or even worse, watch them enforce their demands on your country.

        • Religious tolerance now depends on the ideas and decisions you take, making it a new layer of strategy. As cardinals stay loyal longer, the power of the Papa Controller has grown, as he can now excommunicate rulers, and call crusades against infidels.

        • Revised AI, focusing on strategic top level goals, with support for fully scriptable logics.

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Currently rampaging through Asia in a multiplayer game of EU3 Napoleon's Ambition, after having started as Sweden. Scandinavia is unified, and every time I go to war I gain another 2,000 manpower to fuel my armies. Take 10 years to recuperate and put down rebellions, then it's off to war again.

Love seeing an empire grow like this. Addiction to territory.

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