Nov 24, 2017 Last Updated 1:32 AM, Nov 23, 2017

Jujubee Announces More Content to Realpolitiks

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The newly-developed content update will be available from May 5th via online stores, including Steam, to coincide with the release of the retail version in Central Europe. The update is free to all legal owners of the game.

“The upcoming update of the game will include additional mini-scenarios created specifically for Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary and Austria. It will focus on integrating the Visegrad Group countries in opposition to the expansionary policy of Austria's renaissance of the Habsburg monarchy. In these scenarios, there will be a series of events that, by mistake, will lead to a decision to build a Polish colony in the Caribbean - “San Escobar”, which will then become the subject of diplomatic competition between the United States and China." - said Igor Zieliński, Creative Director of Realpolitiks.

Apart from new mini-scenarios, two new game features have been added: Culture conversion, and Renouncing territorial claims. The update also fixes known issues and fine-tunes Realpolitiks for a better, more optimized and enjoyable gameplay experience.

Realpolitiks will also be released for digital distribution on GOG.com very soon, where it will launch with the new content.

About the game

Realpolitiks is a streamlined real-time grand strategy game that allows you to become the leader of any contemporary nation. Dive deep into the issues of the modern world, with its current geopolitical borders, using your country’s power and economic strength to engage in military conflicts and international affairs. Choose your own method of coping with other nations' interests, unexpected events, global threats and various crises. Deal with the disintegration of the European Union, terrorism, the aftermath of World War III and many other real and fictional scenarios.

Based on three main political systems (democracy, authoritarianism, totalitarianism), Realpolitiks allows you to extend the influence of your country through various means, all in order to win the race for global domination. Use your diplomatic skills, economic advantages, military power and the full freedom of moral and ethical decision-making to become a world superpower and ensure the well-being of your citizens.

Grow and develop your nation to the highest possible levels of economic power, technological competitiveness and military supremacy in globally-ranked charts. The choice is yours as to whether you become a valued member of the United Nations, or a nuclear tyrant, bullying all those around you. Expand your territory any way you like with the whole-world sandbox gameplay of Realpolitiks, even creating colonies out at sea. And if that's not enough, try spreading the seed of our civilization to outer space…

Features

- Lead any country in the world to global domination in various game scenarios.

- Shape your country's political system and course determine its relations with other nations.

- Deal with internal and external affairs and face threats from natural disasters, terrorism, financial crises and more.

- Make use of common political instruments in your international relations, including spy tactics and espionage to directly influence other nations’ internal affairs.

- Take the moral and ethical high road in your dealings with others, or not...

- High replay value ensured by a broad decision tree in all matters, as well as diverse mini-scenarios and random events.

About Jujubee

Jujubee S.A. is games development studio behind such titles as FLASHOUT 3D, Suspect in Sight and the upcoming documentary game “KURSK” and strategy “Realpolitiks.” It was founded by former members of CD Projekt RED, Traveller’s Tales and Infinite Dreams and its goal is to create great looking and addictively fun games for various platforms – especially iOS, Android, Mac, and PC. The company is publicly listed on NewConnect (market organised and operated by the Warsaw Stock Exchange).

For more information on Jujubee and its products please visit the studio’s official website.

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