Paradox will reveal a new game at this year’s PDXCON, due to take place in May. As well as a new game from Triumph Studios, who were acquired by the publisher in June 2017, Paradox’s own in-house development team will also be announcing a new title.
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In a press release, Paradox confirmed that Triumph, who develop the Overlord and Age of Wonders series will announce their next project at the convention, which will run from May 18-20 in Stockholm, Sweden. Paradox Development Studio, who develop Europa Universalis, Crusader Kings, Hearts of Iron, and Stellaris, will also reveal a new title.
Paradox Development Studio’s creative director, Johan Anderson, says “it’s only proper that [the studio’s fans] should be with us when we announce our latest game. We’re sure this next game will excite even our toughest critics of all - our veteran players.”
It’s an announcement of an announcement, and Paradox have so many games old enough to qualify for a sequel that it’s near-impossible to tell what this new game could actually be, or even if it’s a brand-new IP. If I had to guess, Crusader Kings III is a possibility - Crusader Kings II's game director recently said that studio were "starting to look at when to end" the game.