What is Europa Universalis IV: Cradle of Civilization about?
The fertile valleys and trade routes of the Middle East have attracted ambitious conquerors since the beginning of recorded history. Now, Europa Universalis IV adds greater depth and more varied possibilities to this crossroads of empires in the new expansion Cradle of Civilization. With new decisions and opportunities tied to the historical development of the region in the early modern era, Cradle of Civilization further enhances the award-winning grand strategy of Europa Universalis IV.
Powerful decisions related to each of the special government types of the Middle East, including unique mechanics for the Egyptian Mamluks, Persia, and the heirs to Timur.
Activate your merchants in trade nodes for special missions beyond the collection of money – prepare the ground for a future military action or spread Islam to an eager audience.
Study the doctrines and understandings of the one true faith for special bonuses and diplomatic advantage in a new adjustment to the last of the great Abrahamic religions.
Drill and discipline your armies as you move from the age of mercenary captains to the mass levies of standing armies.
Reduce the strength of your provinces for a quick influx of cash or manpower, stripping your nations future for immediate gain.
Changes to national ideas, missionary actions, Turkish Janissaries and many other game mechanics.
A pretty good DLC at an unfortunately quite expensive price. I like the features and mechanics included in Cradle of Civilzation. The Middle East is becoming livelier and better through enlargement, mainly thanks to new forms of government, states, Islamic modifiers, etc. . . Or in general, this DLC makes it more exciting and better to play a Muslim country. The army professionalism contained in the DLC plays a role in all countries, which I find very interesting and good. Large discount applies of course to the very expensive price of 20, so I would recommend the purchase of Cradle of Civilization only for steam sales.