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Mandate of Heaven is the newest expansion for Europa Universalis IV, the best-selling historical grand strategy game from Paradox Development Studio.

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Description

While Europe slowly pulls itself from a period of darkness, the East continues to shine brightly. The Ming throne is set on a foundation of thousands of years of civilization while Japanese warlords do battle in honorable array, holding tight to their bushido code. The gods have blessed Asia with wealth and culture. Are you worthy of the Mandate of Heaven?

Mandate of Heaven is the newest expansion for Europa Universalis IV, the best-selling historical grand strategy game from Paradox Development Studio. In Europa Universalis IV, you control the fate of any of the hundreds of countries around the world through the maelstrom of the early modern era, from the Age of Discovery to the rise of Napoleon. Mandate of Heaven further enhances this epic experience by adding greater depth to playing the major powers of East Asia and adding a new “Ages” system to add more short-term goals.

Historical Ages and Golden Eras:
Meet objectives in four historical ages from the Age of Discovery to the Age of Revolutions, earning new bonuses and powers for your country. Declare a Golden Era to further increase your chance of success

Chinese Empire:
New mechanics for Ming China, including Imperial Decrees and Imperial Reforms to bolster the Dragon Throne

Tributaries:
Force your neighbors to pay tribute to your Chinese Empire, paying you in gold, manpower or monarch points

New Japanese Rules:
Daimyos now owe loyalty to the Shogun – and the Shogun is whomever controls the imperial capital of Kyoto. Force your lesser rivals to commit seppuku to preserve their honor

Manchu Banners:
Rally the Manchu warlords around your throne and call up the traditional banners to reinforce your army

Diplomatic Macrobuilder:
Common diplomatic actions are now easily available from the macrobuilder interface

Requirements

Windows Requirements:Important Notes:
OS:Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
Processor:Intel® Pentium® IV 2.4 GHz eller AMD 3500+
Memory:2 GB RAM
Graphics:NVIDIA® GeForce 8800 or ATI Radeon® X1900, 512mb video memory required
DirectX®:9.0c
Hard Drive:2 GB HD space
Sound:Direct X- compatible soundcard
Other Requirements:Broadband Internet connection
Additional:Controller support: 3-button mouse, keyboard and speakers. Internet Connection or LAN for multiplayer
 
Linux Requirements:Important Notes:
No requirements to list.
 

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  1. Decent content
    by anabwana, Finland - Sep 30th 2017

    Nothing special in this expansion but it fleshes Asia out making it more immersive much like Divine Wind did for EU3.

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  2. More global the The Third Rome, but a little pricey
    by Kaiser-e-rum, USA - Sep 23rd 2017

    So this DLC features a few more useful features for all nations, namely the golden era mechanics and a few minor ones not worth mentioning in a short review. For players who want to play in Chinas traditional sphere of influence(Far bigger than you probably know) its worth it at a discounted price, if you are a sinophile its a must have, and conquering the decaying Ming Empire after rallying the jurchen tribes into the Manchu confederation. Solid effort by Paradox for a event in history that doesnt factor much in the minds of most westerners.

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  3. It's okay.
    by Jakub G.2, Poland - Aug 13th 2017

    It's okay if you don't buy it for the full price.

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