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Paradox Interactive's grand strategy game Europa Universalis IV has grown even more grand with the release of the "Conquest of Paradise" expansion, a downloadable content pack focused on exploration of the new world and the Native American nations.

"Explorers and Emperors alike will find a completely randomized American continent added to their game, including features such as trading with the natives, establishing colonies, and new options for military conquest," reads the developer's official description of the expansion. "Players can also take control of newly formed colonial nations - or play as one of several Native American Nations, complete with unique buildings, events, and mechanics."

Checking out the Steam page reveals a $15 price tag for the expansion, with three smaller additional DLC packs having been released alongside. These include The Conquistadors Unit Pack which adds new models for Spanish and Portuguese armies, while the Native Americans Unit Pack delivers a new unit to the expansion's indigenous tribes. The third pack, titled the Songs of the New World, adds new music to Europa Universalis 4 composed by Andreas Waldetoft, a known for his awesome work on the Crusader Kings 2 soundtrack.




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