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New /r/europe Europa Universalis 4 campaign starting Sunday, July 22nd. Sign ups and details inside

Starting on the 22nd of July is the 6th official /r/europe EU4 campaign.


What is EU4?

The empire building game Europa Universalis IV gives you control of a nation to guide through the years in order to create a dominant global empire. Rule your nation through the centuries, with unparalleled freedom, depth and historical accuracy. True exploration, trade, warfare and diplomacy will be brought to life in this epic title rife with rich strategic and tactical depth.

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When do we play?

The campaign will happen on weekly sessions, every Sunday starting July 22nd, from 18 to 22 Central European Time.


Are there rules?

Well, of course. Click here to check out the official rules of the campaign.


How do I join?

CLICK THIS LINK TO SIGN UP FOR THE CAMPAIGN. You may pick 5 nations, ordered by what you'd rather play, from most to less, and you're good to go. It is important to note that players we know are reliable from previous campaigns will get priority on some major nations.


The Discord Server

Make sure to join the official /r/europe Discord server, that's where we'll make most relevant announcements, and where you can talk to fellow players. To do so, click the link in the sidebar or click here. Once there, type ".iam eu4" in any channel to see the #eu4-campaign and #eu4-announcements channels.


Do I need any DLC?

Nope! It doesn't matter how many DLC you own, the host's DLC are able to be used by the entire server! You only need a legit copy of EU4.


I've never played EU4 multiplayer before! What do?

Well, we hope you'll enjoy your experience! This is a rather unique community in EU4 multiplayer. Beside being one of the largest groups (we usually start with 80-90 players), we also welcome players of all skills! One important thing to keep in mind is diplomacy is a crucial aspect of our campaigns. Interacting with other players, roleplaying and such are all encouraged. The campaign doesn't just start and end Sunday, as you will likely talk with neighbors, allies and enemies throughout the weekdays.


That is all folks. We hope for a good and fun campaign for everyone. PvP can and is encouraged to happen so there will be people losing, but in the end, we will try for a fair game that everyone had a good time with. There are no stakes, so don't escalate conflicts if you don't need to, and play fairly.

Looking forward to see you there!

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