NEW YORK– July 15, 2010- Paradox Interactive today released the complete developer diary archive for the highly-anticipated upcoming PC title Victoria 2. The extensive archive spans over 8 months and covers topics like Religion, Historical flavor, The World Market, Elections, Loans and Debt and much more.
"One of our focuses for this release has been to tell our fans directly and early on what they can expect from Victoria 2 and what our vision has been. Our hope is that this long dev diary series will have contributed to that" said Johan Andersson, Head of Development at Paradox Interactive.
Victoria 2 is scheduled for release on August 13th and will be published worldwide by Paradox Interactive. The PC title will also be available for digital download on leading digital distribution platforms. To learn more about the game, check out Victoria 2 on Facebook. The Victoria 2 Forum or follow the game’s latest moves on Twitter @victoria2game.
About Victoria 2
Created by the developers of Europa Universalis and Hearts of Iron, Victoria 2 is a grand strategy game set during the colonial era of the 19th century and is scheduled for release in Q3. Gamers will guide their nation from the era of absolute monarchies in the early 19th century, through expansion and colonization in hopes of becoming a truly great power by the dawn of the 20th century.
About Paradox Interactive
Since 1999, Paradox Interactive has been a leading global developer and publisher of PC-based strategy games. World-renowned for its strategy catalog, the company holds a particularly strong presence in the United States and Europe. Its steadily-growing portfolio includes originally developed titles such as the critically acclaimed Europa Universalis and the Hearts of Iron franchises, as well as publishing titles such as the Elven Legacy series, Mount&Blade and Majesty 2. Paradox made an explosive entry onto consoles during 2010 with the release of Lead and Gold: Gangs of the Wild West. For more information, please visit www.paradoxplaza.com and follow @pdxinteractive on twitter.