By Adam Smith on August 6th, 2013 at 8:00 pm.
Paradox have uploaded a brief highlight reel from their recent broadcast, in which the save game converter for Europa Universalis IV and Crusader Kings II was discussed. The hosts are Paradox Development Studio manager Johan Andersson and Crusader Kings II lead Henrik Fahraeus, and at one point they fight, Henrik wielding a sword and Johan a lightsaber. These are serious men discussing serious business. The most important piece of information, which I’d missed when reading comments about the feed, is that CK II games can be imported, updating to the correct period, no matter what position they are saved at. For example, save in 1100 and EU IV will automatically advance that game to the fifteenth century and begin. Lots more and a full breakdown of post-release prices for preorder bonuses below.
I feel completely out of the loop because I can’t place what the apparently ‘obvious’ DLC is going to be.
While I force my way back into the loop, take a look at this comprehensive list of post-release prices for preorder content.
Pack descriptions and prices are as follows:
Europa Universalis IV: Digital Extreme Upgrade – $7.99
Stars and Crescent Pack
Horsemen of the Crescent Unit Pack
Conquest of Constantinople Music Pack
Europa Univesalis IV: Pre-order DLC Pack – $6.99
100 Years War Unit Pack
The Purple Phoenix Expansion
Europa Universalis IV: Call to Arms Pack – $3.99
Winged Hussars Pack
National Monuments Pack
Crusader Kings II: Europa Universalis IV converter – $9.99
* copy of Crusader Kings II base game is not included
The wait is nearly over. There may even be a demo by the end of the week.