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Paradox Interactive Announces For the Glory

September 4, 2009

Paradox Interactive Announces For the Glory

The Ultimate Evolution of the Acclaimed Classic Arrives This November

Following its recent announcement at Gamescom in Cologne, Paradox Interactive today at PAX has introduced further details on the release of a very special Europa Universalis game. Entitled For the Glory, the strategy game is set to release on PC in November 2009.

Developed by Crystal Empire Games, the newly formed studio which includes key members behind the renowned Europa Universalis II user mod 'Alternative Grand Campaign’ / ‘Event Exchange Project’ (AGCEEP) who pushed Europa Universalis II to its technical and graphical limits, For the Glory offers a world that redefines the Europa Universalis experience. Going beyond the boundaries and adding a huge amount of original content, For the Glory presents the ultimate evolution of an acclaimed classic.

In For the Glory, players will be able to take over the reins of one of over 180 countries and experience full historical immersion. Participate in over 10,000 historically accurate events to determine what path your nation will take. Guide domestic and foreign policy, engage in numerous struggles, and attempt to lead your country to a prosperous future. Will you choose to follow the path of history, or take advantage of opportunities for change? Nothing is written in stone!

The first installment in an ongoing series of developer diaries can be found at: 


• Play as one of over 180 countries on a map covering the entire world in the era spanning 1419-1819
• Experience unparalleled historical immersion with over 10,000 historical events
• Unprecedented levels of mod-ability – unlimited timeframe and up to 1,000 counties
• Improved and modernized interface
• Adapt your playing style to the personality of your nation’s various historical monarchs.
• The AGCEEP mod comes bundled with For the Glory

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