‘Hearts of Iron IV’ DLC No Step Back is coming next month

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Soviet-themed update coming November 23

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Upcoming No Step Back Updates Hearts of Iron IV Launching next month, the expansion and reform of the Soviet Union and more.

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Paradox Interactive has confirmed that Hearts of Iron IV It’s getting its next major update in November, with No Step Back adding a slew of new features.

A new trailer confirms that the expansion is finally releasing on November 23rd.


“No Step Back is the latest expansion for Hearts of Iron IV, Paradox Interactive’s grand strategy battle game about the world crisis of the 1930s and World War II,” the video description reads. “This expansion adds more detail for many countries in Eastern Europe, unique game systems to reflect Soviet politics, and several improvements to the military aspect of the game.”

No Step Back makes the Soviet Union work again, giving you several paths to choose from – following in Stalin’s footsteps or taking the USSR to an alternative form of socialism. It even allows you to restore the monarchy or split the union into 29 separate and separate states.

Although the main focus of this DLC is the Soviet Union, there are also some new additions elsewhere. Poland will get new focus trees along with other Baltic countries. A new officer is the corps mechanic, a new tank designer, and is introducing railway guns to the game.

It is worth noting that the Soviet Union has not been touched since Hearts of Iron IV Initially released in 2016, the long-awaited update is music to the ears of Soviet players.

Along with premium DLC, a free patch will add a supply and logistical overhaul and other minor quality of life updates, including some combat changes.


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