If you like to get arm deep in historical turn based strategy then the Universalis series will be right up there at the top of your hit list. And its no surprise that the guys behind this are Paradox Development Studio.
If you loved Crusader Kings 2 you can convert your save files across to continue your epic campaign all the way up to the 1800s. Will your PC be able to run EU4 and meet the Europa Universalis system requirements...
Europa Universalis 4 Minimum System Requirements
OS: XP/Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
CPU: Intel® Pentium® IV 2.4 GHz eller AMD 3500+
RAM: 2 GB RAM of System Memory
GPU RAM: 512mb video card memory
GPU: NVIDIA® GeForce 8800 GT / ATI Radeon X1900
DX: 9.0c direct x
HD: 2GB Of Free Hard Drive Space
AUDIO: Direct X- compatible soundcard
NET: Broadband Internet connection
OTHER: Controller support: 3-button mouse, keyboard and speakers. Internet Connection or LAN for multiplayer
Europa Universalis 4 Recommended System Requirements
OS: XP/Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
CPU: Intel® Pentium® IV 2.4 GHz or AMD 3500+
RAM: 2 GB of System Memory
GPU RAM: 1024mb video card memory
GPU: NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GT / ATI Radeon X1900
Europa Universallis 4 looks to be pretty similar for PC specs to its predecessor and therefore fairly easy going on all accounts. You are likely to be able to get Europa Universalis running on a 6 year old machine.
Despite the low system requirement entry, Europa Universalis 4 will be huge. Its going to be chock full of historical data, charts, military and political events from the time, all the while building on the previous versions of the series.
There is little doubt that it will take a long time to complete, the only question is, do you have the ability to learn your way around such a giant historical simulator? If so its release date is tomorrow, 13th August 2013
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Just why is this supposed to be funny? The majority of the game's visuals come from text, data, and other forms of documentation. The graphics processing power required is therefore minimal; just enough to maintain the display's resolution and perform other basic functions. https://drivemad.io/home
Europa Universalis 4 seems like a great game for history buffs who enjoy turn-based strategy games. The system requirements are not very demanding, so it should be playable on most computers. With a wealth of historical data and events, this game is sure to be both engaging and educational.
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is a huge difference between X1900 and 8800 GT
maybe X1900 XTX and 8800 GS :)
Old strategy times! AW YEAH!
These requirements are off. If it's going to work on 8800, it's going to work on 8600 as well and probably on 8400 too. I would bet It would even work on 8200 (albeit slowly).
I loved EU3 and hope this one will be great as well!
These are the official requirements :)
This is a joke ? is a huge difference between ATI Radeon X1900 and 8800 GT
and minimum are almost the same with recommended ?
Why should it be a joke? This is a game almost without 3D graphics, mainly documents, text, data etc. So it doesn't need much graphicly power, just as much to carry the resolution and basic stuff.
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