A new content pack called Magna Graecia
is now available for the
Windows, macOS, and Linux editions of Imperator: Rome
, accompanied the
, a major version 1.4 patch that's free for the base
version. For those who don't own Paradox's historical strategy game, it's
free-to-play until April 5th
and on sale for half-off for those who wish to continue on after that. Besides
a list of where this can be
, the official website offers a
Magna Graecia and the Archimedes Update, while
with more on the patch along with an
Archimedes Update Trailer
Here are the details on both releases and the free sample:
The rise of Macedon overwhelmed the ancient fame of Athens and Sparta. But
with the death of Alexander, the prospect of freedom among competing empires
offered a chance to revive lost glories. In Magna Graecia, a new content pack
for Imperator: Rome, you can play this dangerous game and restore the Greek
city-states to imperial power.
Imperator: Rome, Paradox Development Studio’s grand strategy game about the
classical world, gets a new content pack today. Magna Graecia enhances the
experience of playing Greek minor cities, especially the big three - Athens,
Sparta and Syracuse.
Magna Graecia includes:
- Apotheosis: A popular ruler from a prestigious family may be declared a
god and welcomed into the State Pantheon. Elevate enough rulers and you may
institute an Imperial Cult religion.
- New Greek Missions: New missions available for Athens, Sparta, Syracusae.
- New Deities: 12 new Greek deities tied to historical Holy Sites across
the Greek world.
- Hellenistic Themed Treasures: Collect special artifacts based on the
history and legends of the Hellenistic world.
- New Music, Art, and 3D Models
Today also sees the release of the free 1.4 “Archimedes” update for
Imperator: Rome. This update addresses the religious aspect of the game,
introducing Pantheons and other divine changes.
- State Deities: The Omens system has been replaced by a national
Pantheon. Gods from across your empire are welcome into this divine
collection, providing passive bonuses most of the time, though you can
invoke their power for greater benefits.
- Holy Sites: The classical world was full of sacred groves and mysterious
locales. Holy Sites increase the strength of the relevant deity in your
Pantheon, or may be sacked of their wealth by less faithful rulers.
- Sacred Treasures: Revered historical and divine relics can be stored in
your National Treasury, earning small bonuses. If you sack an enemy’s Holy
Sites or capital, there is a chance you might capture these special
- Loyalty Rework: Instead of a ticking scale to track, Character Loyalty
will be a sum of various factors, making it easier to understand and
Curious players can now take advantage of the opportunity to play Imperator:
Rome for free until 22:00 CEST on Sunday, April 05,