Europa goes even more Universal

Medieval strategy game sequel coming next spring

Source - press release

Paradox's medieval strategy game Europa Universalis might not have floated our boats, but it did prove popular with hardcore strategy buffs, and its success has resulted in the inevitable spawning of a sequel. Imaginatively titled Europa Universalis II, it looks uncannily like the original game and is due for release in the spring. The game's distribution arrangements are even more complicated than the game itself, and Paradox have now released a lengthy list of the lucky publishers who will be publishing it worldwide. Heading up the list is UbiSoft, which will handle South America and most of Europe, including the all-important UK, French and German markets. Further afield Strategy First will be distributing the game in the USA and Canada, while Leader SpA picks up Italy and Vision Park draws Paradox's native Scandinavia. Heading out east, CD Project has won the rights to tackle the game in Poland, Snowball will be responsible for publishing it in Russia. Are you still with us? Related Feature - Europa Universalis screenshots

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