Trophy Hunter - Capture an enemy flagship
You get a new home, and you get a new home - Expel 5 different minorities to your colonies
Why is the Rûm gone!? - As Asturias, establish an Order in Rum
The League of Mayapan - Starting as Huastec, form Maya
Yarr Harr a Pirate’s life for me - Choose to play as New Providence and conquer all of Caribbeans.
Forever Golden - Complete the Spanish Mission Tree
Spanish Fly - Starting as Offaly, secure a Personal Union over an Iberian nation.
Where Am I? - As a New World native with Random New World active, explore the entire New World.
Basque in Glory - Starting as Navarra, ensure that most of Iberia is Basque culture before the Age of Absolutism
An Unlikely Candidate - Starting as Mzab, Touggourt or Djerid, reform Al-Andalus
These Achievements will be available for hunters from Golden Century's release on 11th December. While some shouldn't cause sleepless nights for most players, best of luck to those who try their hand at Basque in Glory. Navarra's start is full of danger, but also massive opportunity.
Now, stepping aside from today's topic of Achievements, I'd like to take a moment to address some of the feedback we've been getting during the dev diaries for Golden Century. There have been plenty of concerns raised, indeed very fair ones, regarding Golden Century and the 1.28 Spain Update not matching up with expectations, not having community input taken into account and development generally not being in line with what the community is wanting. There are many other points that have been raised, but I want to draw light to these.
These are very fair points to bring up, and one comment in particular resonated with me, and that is that our plans and what we are developing are often shared so late in development with the community that feedback and suggestions they want to give can't or won't be able to be integrated. This has lead to a lot of people voicing suggestions for features or changes and getting very understandably frustrated when what is delivered does not take it into account.
So after Golden Century launches, we're going to talk a lot more about future plans and what we have in store for EU4 in 2019, sharing our vision of what we want to do with the game and what we want to bring to you, the player. I'll be talking about this at length in the Development Diary following Golden Century, so on the 18th December. Fittingly, it will be the last Dev Diary of 2018, before we take off for Christmas Break. Our ambition is to get our community a lot more linked in with what we are planning, and can give their feedback and suggestions accordingly and within plenty of time to implement. We have also been asked for how exactly we use suggestions from the forums and how to write a good suggestion thread, which is a great idea, and will be part of said 18th Dec Dev diary.
So while the feedback especially last week makes for some humbling reading for us, it's still important, and this is one of the things we're doing about it. There are far more plans in the pipeline, but, well, for that tune in on the 18th.
As for next week, we'll be having an early DD on the 10th, with Patchnotes. See you then!