NEW YORK – June 20, 2013 – Grand strategy deserves a grand score and the internationally renowned Brandenburg State Orchestra is here to assist Paradox Interactive and Paradox Development Studio in kicking off the countdown to the release of Europa Universalis IV with a majestic performance of “The Voyage,” the main theme for the upcoming empire-building game.
Composed by Paradox’s own Andreas Waldetoft, “The Voyage” evokes the winds and ambitions that guided those explorers and traders who opened the world to Europe and joined the hemispheres. Soft strings and woodwinds slowly give way to triumphant brass and percussion – a fine omen of the conquests that await you in Europa Universalis IV.
Grab a front row seat for the world premiere orchestral debut of “The Voyage” here or at: http://youtu.be/99_qehhZUds
“The Voyage” is performed by the Brandenburgisches Staatsorchester at the Carl Philipp Emanuel bach Konzerthalle, and is orchestrated by Grammy nominated conductor Bernd Ruf. This particular performance of “The Voyage” and the in-game version are one and the same.
“The Voyage” is available as a free download for a limited time, allowing you to take the fervor of global domination with you on your own daily expeditions (or just a commute). Download aspiration, in MP3 form, here: http://www.europauniversalis4.com/media
Europa Universalis IV is available for pre-order, with new bonuses being announced each month. For details, please visit europauniversalis4.com/buy.
Europa Universalis IV is the latest instalment of Paradox’s flagship historical strategy series, coming to PC, Mac, and Linux on August 13, 2013. Europa Universalis IV gives you control of a nation to guide it through the years and create a dominant global empire in the age of exploration. For more information, please visit europauniversalis4.com.
Title: Europa Universalis IV
Developer: Paradox Development Studios
Publisher: Paradox Interactive
Genre: Historical Grand Strategy
Release Date: August 13. 2013