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Europa Universalis IV Adds New Scandiavian Monuments

Published: 23:53, 26 July 2022
Paradox Interactive
Europa Universalis IV - Island Trakai Castle
Europa Universalis IV - Island Trakai Castle

This, new, content will be free for all Leviathan DLC owners, and is coming with the 1.34 update. It's geared towards Scandinavia mainly, in step with the rest of the update.

Paradox have decided to introduce a few more monuments to Europa Universalis IV. The goal was to plug in some gaps that have been created with the 1.32 update, especially in the Scandinavian region.

The Falun Copper Mine was already present in the game, as a local modifier to the province of Dalaskogen. As it was the main copper production site for Europe in the Modern Age, they have decided to turn it into a monument with Local Goods modifiers.

The second one is a monument built by King Erik VII in the early 15th century. Kronborg Castle was established to enforce the Sound Toll, though it would later be transformed into a magnificent royal residence that affords defensive modifiers.

Paradox Interactive Europa Universalis - Falun Copper Mine Europa Universalis - Falun Copper Mine

On a similar note is the city of Visby, which was one of the main ports on the Baltic trade routes, its walls protected it from its many enemies, making it the heart of an independent Gotland, with its modifiers of shipbuilding and defense against naval invasions.

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After that we have the Trakai Island Castle. It was completed in the early 15th century by Grand Duke Vytautas, first for a military purpose and later transformed into a royal residence, that affords a workforce modifier.

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