About the game

Conquer the Old World in this historical, epic strategy game from Soren Johnson, Lead Designer of Civilization IV and Offworld Trading Company. Every year is a turn, and each leader is a mere mortal, so your lasting legacy will be the dynasty you leave behind.



Old World Update #104

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Design Removed 8 towns ambition from OCC gamesLeveraging luxuries event no longer offers ill or dying courtier candidatesCult improvements rebalancedClergy religion bonus lowered from 40 to 20More likely for all players to get ore and horses with balanced starts option Programming Improved AI retreatAI optimization for spreading religion and establishing theologies UI Network system changes …

Sacred and Profane DLC Released

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We are pleased to announce that the second DLC for Old World, entitled The Sacred and The Profane, is now available on Steam, Epic and GoG. Old World – The Sacred and The Profane adds a touch of religious fervor to your play with a wealth of new content that explores how religion impacted the …

Old World Update #103

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Design City Discontent Level can now go negative.Negative discontent level gives bonuses to growth and reduces maintenance. Positive discontent level no longer reduces growth.Discontent increase rate reduced by 4 on all difficulty levels.Citizens now give -5 family opinionRepair project is now 1 + (10% of HP)/turn instead of (20% of HP)/turnHeroes of the Aegean 1 …

Old World Update #102

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Design New World Map – Imperium Romanum: The Roman World!New map script – DonutInland Sea map script updated to give less regular sea and more mountain rangesFree city site location now takes into account distance over land, not distance as the crow fliesEvents which give traits are no longer blocked when a character already has …

Old World Nominated for a Grammy!

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We are pleased to announce that Old World’s soundtrack by composer Christopher Tin has been nominated for a Grammy award! The nomination is in the category of “Best Score Soundtrack for Video Games and Other Interactive Media.”  Although this is the first year for the new category, it is not the first time Christopher Tin …