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The Humble Europa Universalis IV Bundle is live ready to take your time away

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Humble have teamed up with Paradox Interactive for the latest bundle giving you Europa Universalis IV and a ton of additional content.

If you pay a single dollar you will get:

  • Europa Universalis IV
  • Europa Universalis IV - Art of War
  • Europa Universalis IV: Res Publica
  • Europa Universalis IV - Wealth of Nations
  • Europa Universalis IV: American Dream
  • Europa Universalis IV: Pre-Order Pack
  • Europa Universalis IV: Digital Extreme Edition Upgrade Pack

That's a pretty ridiculously good deal, considering just how much playable content is included with all of that together. As usual though, there's higher tiers as well.

If you pay more than the average there's also: Europa Universalis IV: Rights of Man, Europa Universalis IV: Mare Nostrum, Europa Universalis IV: The Cossacks, Europa Universalis IV: Common Sense and Europa Universalis IV - El Dorado.

The final tier at $17 includes: Europa Universalis IV: Golden Century - Immersion Pack, Content Pack - Europa Universalis IV: Dharma, Immersion Pack - Europa Universalis IV: Rule Britannia, Expansion - Europa Universalis IV: Cradle of Civilization, Europa Universalis IV: Third Rome and Europa Universalis IV: Mandate of Heaven.

The Humble Europa Universalis IV Bundle runs from now until Tuesday, February 4.

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14 21 January 2020 at 7:40 pm UTC
I'm glad it runs into February so I can accomplish my goal of not purchasing any games in January. I made a reminder to buy the bundle before it ends.
edmondo 21 January 2020 at 8:13 pm UTC
14I'm glad it runs into February so I can accomplish my goal of not purchasing any games in January. I made a reminder to buy the bundle before it ends.

but... but... rumors say the Steam Lunar Sale is coming in just two days... how can you resist?
Pangaea 21 January 2020 at 8:15 pm UTC
Re-selling more steam keys I see (at least for the games I checked). Not interested then.
mao_dze_dun 21 January 2020 at 9:08 pm UTC
So it's end of the line for EUIV, eh?
Lakorta 21 January 2020 at 9:58 pm UTC
EU4 will (most likely) soon get a subscription based service where you buy a monthly fee to gain access to all DLCs (they added localization files for this in a recent update).
Duckeenie 21 January 2020 at 10:00 pm UTC
PangaeaRe-selling more steam keys I see (at least for the games I checked). Not interested then.

I've heard of dubious sellers reselling Steam keys sourced from HB, however I've not seen anybody suggest that HB are selling keys illegitimately. Care to elaborate on what you're objecting to?
Liam Dawe 21 January 2020 at 10:31 pm UTC
Duckeenie
PangaeaRe-selling more steam keys I see (at least for the games I checked). Not interested then.

I've heard of dubious sellers reselling Steam keys sourced from HB, however I've not seen anybody suggest that HB are selling keys illegitimately. Care to elaborate on what you're objecting to?
I think they just meant they're not interested. Humble is a 100% legit store.
fractal 22 January 2020 at 9:26 am UTC
On a related note, the EUIV board game can be demoed for free if you own Tabletop Simulator.
LungDrago 22 January 2020 at 9:57 am UTC
LakortaEU4 will (most likely) soon get a subscription based service where you buy a monthly fee to gain access to all DLCs (they added localization files for this in a recent update).

Honestly, I think for Europa Universalis it would be more interesting to use a model similar to what the Dominions series has been doing for years now. Just update it for free, then bump up the version and sell the game again every now and then with a bigger release.
LungDrago 22 January 2020 at 9:59 am UTC
fractalOn a related note, the EUIV board game can be demoed for free if you own Tabletop Simulator.

Book your entire afternoon for that one. It's one hell of a board game.
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