The first in an ongoing series for the ambitious Grand Strategy game.
NEW YORK – October 29th, 2010 – Paradox Interactive and Universo Virtual have today announced the launch of the first in a series of developer diaries for Magna Mundi, a Grand Strategy game that immerses the player in history’s great epochs from the fall of Constantinople through to the Age of Discovery in the West. 8 brand new in-game screenshots have also been released alongside the developer diary. Magna Mundi is scheduled for release in Q4 2011.
The Magna Mundi developer diaries will be an ongoing feature published bi-weekly on the Paradox Forum leading all the way up until the game’s release next year. Commenting on his ambitions for the game itself, Carlo Gustavo, the designer for Magna Mundi said,
”All things considered, my objective is to make the player the main character of a unique history that they can influence but never determine. That character is a country and through the emotional link of living its story and seeing it progress, the player will be engaged to discover where his skill, his choices and chance will take then. Every game will produce a unique ending.”
To read the complete developer diary, please visit:
- Over 400 playable countries spanning more than 300 years of history
- Open-ended and challenging gameplay that is always different but plausible
- Play all over the world, experiencing different challenges depending on culture, religion, technology, geography, and much more
- Experience modeled historical processes that evolve dynamically each game, building a believable narrative
- Brought to you by a team of specialists including historians, anthropologists, and strategy analysts
- Built on the critically acclaimed Clausewitz engine from Europa Universalis III
About Magna Mundi
From the Fall of Constantinople through to the Age of Discovery in the West. Master the politics of the Holy Roman Empire, and face down the Barbary Pirates terrorizing the Mediterranean. Guide Japan through the Sengoku Period in the Far East, or take charge of the Horse Nomads of Central Asia. Lead India through its struggles, direct your nation through religious clashes, and guide your people through colonialism and slavery. Experience the Age of Revolution with America’s struggle for independence, and a host of other historical challenges…
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