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Europa Universalis IV Complete Collection available on Humble Bundle

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Ready to dive into a long strategy game this weekend? Humble Bundle has the "Europa Universalis IV Complete Collection" available in a nice bundle. Not entirely complete though, since one of them is a 10% discount but it's good enough to be mostly complete.

Paradox has a good history of Linux support too, with this being available as a native Linux port. Here's what you can get in the bundle:

  • Europa Universalis IV
  • Europa Universalis IV: Art of War
  • Europa Universalis IV: Wealth of Nations
  • Europa Universalis IV: Res Publica
  • Europa Universalis IV: El Dorado Content Pack
  • Europa Universalis IV: El Dorado
  • Europa Universalis IV: Digital Extreme Upgrade Pack
  • Europa Universalis IV: Conquest of Paradise
  • Europa Universalis IV: Mandate of Heaven Content Pack
  • Europa Universalis IV: Common Sense
  • Europa Universalis IV: Ultimate Music Pack
  • Europa Universalis IV: Ultimate E-book Pack
  • Europa Universalis IV: Third Rome
  • Europa Universalis IV: Rights of Man Content Pack
  • Europa Universalis IV: Rights of Man
  • Europa Universalis IV: Common Sense Content Pack
  • Europa Universalis IV: Mare Nostrum Content Pack
  • Europa Universalis IV: Mare Nostrum
  • Europa Universalis IV: Mandate of Heaven
  • Europa Universalis IV - Cossacks
  • Europa Universalis IV: The Cossacks Content Pack
  • Europa Universalis IV: Cradle of Civilization
  • Europa Universalis IV: Leviathan
  • Europa Universalis IV: Golden Century
  • Europa Universalis IV: Monuments to Power Pack
  • Europa Universalis IV: Emperor Content Pack
  • Europa Universalis IV: Emperor
  • Europa Universalis IV: Rule Britannia
  • Europa Universalis IV: Dharma Content Pack
  • Europa Universalis IV: Dharma
  • Europa Universalis IV: Ultimate Unit Pack
  • Europa Universalis IV: Cradle of Civilization Content Pack

See the full bundle if interested.

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8 comments

Pikolo 24 Mar
Never played EUIV. Is it playable on small screens? I've found CKII unplayable due to tiny interface elements, even with interface scaling set to 150%, on a 1080p 13.3' screen
13'3 may be kind of small still. EUIV is fine, but the bundle is needed to get into it now. Classic Paradox.

Tho, I'd like to kind of modulate your words here, Liam:

QuoteParadox has a good history of Linux support too, with this being available as a native Linux port.

Sometimes. For at least 4 years (from the top of my head, I could dig into my message over the Paradox forums and all to be more accurate), EUIV was broken for any cross-play multi for Linux users (they'd desync less than a minute into the game, as the underlaying clock system was broken for that much time)

Paradox support was "meh" to put it mildly here. They do try to support Linux well, and overall it is good. But here? EUIV was broken, yet HoI4 and Stellaris were patched for that very bug at most a year after it first appeared.
Mal 24 Mar
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Quoting: MisterPaytwick13'3 may be kind of small still. EUIV is fine, but the bundle is needed to get into it now. Classic Paradox.

Tho, I'd like to kind of modulate your words here, Liam:

QuoteParadox has a good history of Linux support too, with this being available as a native Linux port.

Sometimes. For at least 4 years (from the top of my head, I could dig into my message over the Paradox forums and all to be more accurate), EUIV was broken for any cross-play multi for Linux users (they'd desync less than a minute into the game, as the underlaying clock system was broken for that much time)

Paradox support was "meh" to put it mildly here. They do try to support Linux well, and overall it is good. But here? EUIV was broken, yet HoI4 and Stellaris were patched for that very bug at most a year after it first appeared.

Yeah. Multiplayer sucked. But on the bright side on windows EU4 took 5 minutes to load while we were on the map in 5 seconds (and the game has to restart whenever a save is loaded, so it was not just a once per game issue). So on solo play we on Linux used to have the upperhand for a long time.
Phlebiac 25 Mar
Got the Humble EU IV bundle back in January 2020; don't remember if it was "complete" at that time, but there's definitely stuff in the new bundle that wasn't in the old one (but nothing that looks worth shelling out another $20).
Quoting: PhlebiacGot the Humble EU IV bundle back in January 2020; don't remember if it was "complete" at that time, but there's definitely stuff in the new bundle that wasn't in the old one (but nothing that looks worth shelling out another $20).

Same here. As far as i can see, only the last 2 expansions are new to this bundle, which makes it about the same price you pay when the 2 expansions are on sale anyway.

Just for the curiosity: is it possible to split the bundle, so you can take the parts you don't allready own and gift the rest to someone?
Phlebiac 25 Mar
Quoting: Deleted_UserJust for the curiosity: is it possible to split the bundle, so you can take the parts you don't allready own and gift the rest to someone?

Can't speak about this bundle specifically, but it usually works that way. When it's a single key with multiple items, they usually list it as a single bundle item.
denyasis 26 Mar
Quoting: MisterPaytwick13'3 may be kind of small still. EUIV is fine, but the bundle is needed to get into it now. Classic Paradox.

Tho, I'd like to kind of modulate your words here, Liam:

QuoteParadox has a good history of Linux support too, with this being available as a native Linux port.

Sometimes. For at least 4 years (from the top of my head, I could dig into my message over the Paradox forums and all to be more accurate), EUIV was broken for any cross-play multi for Linux users (they'd desync less than a minute into the game, as the underlaying clock system was broken for that much time)

Paradox support was "meh" to put it mildly here. They do try to support Linux well, and overall it is good. But here? EUIV was broken, yet HoI4 and Stellaris were patched for that very bug at most a year after it first appeared.

So question. Does this mean the game is less big free than Stellaris or CKII? Follow-up. You guys mentioned multiplayer. How is it for solo play? This is very tempting if I can play it alone while ignoring my friends and family, lol.
Mal 27 Mar
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Quoting: denyasisSo question. Does this mean the game is less big free than Stellaris or CKII? Follow-up. You guys mentioned multiplayer. How is it for solo play? This is very tempting if I can play it alone while ignoring my friends and family, lol.

Now the game it's ok.

Like many other Pdx games, and definitely more than the most recent ones, the game has a quite steep curve of learning. Especially if you start with all the DLCs as you would with this pack here. There is an outrageous amount of buttons and modifiers now in the game. Youtube is your friend but be prepared to lose badly a lot in your first plays (I did lose a lot at least).

For single player, if you set to unlock achievements, it ranges from relaxing to frustrating depending on what you want to do (and the patch you try to do it I'd say). Given the ridiculous amount of tags and achievements you easily have thousands of hours of play.

A defect in solo, in my opinion, is that the game falls off a lot in the late game. To explain better, the game changes rules over time to reflect the different eras, and while in the early game you can get an endless amount of troubles just by conquering the wrong province at the wrong time, in the second half of the game once you are an experienced player you methodically start to blob out without control and end to conquer the world or close. That ofc is different in multiplayer but with AIs it's that. The game tends to be more "fun" in the early years. But again, since there are so many tags and achievements, it's still plenty of fun. It's absolutely normal not to play a game until 1821.

Quoting: PikoloNever played EUIV. Is it playable on small screens? I've found CKII unplayable due to tiny interface elements, even with interface scaling set to 150%, on a 1080p 13.3' screen

I dunno small screeens. I have issues with big ones (i.e. couch playing on TV). Reading the numbers is hard at couch distance and while the interface scaling fixes the readability it doesn't behave well at 1080p resolutions since the game windows become to large to fit the screen.
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