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Recent articles about Paradox Interactive
Swedish publisher posts record Q2 revenues as long-term investments begin to pay off
Bloodlines 2 writer Brian Mitsoda says developer Hardsuit Labs is moving away from the "'wacky' kind of mental illness"
At Gamelab 2019, a developer panel discussed Epic's attempt to offer an alternative to the dominant revenue share model
Klei Entertainment follows suit with Oxygen Not Included as Epic offers $10 off basically everything
Q1 2019 performance "characterised by a focus on long-term growth and expansion" says CEO
Hires former EA exec Rod Humble to lead new internal development team
Independent Paradox Mods platform will provide a direct channel to console audiences "without pre-moderation"
Expansion-driven strategy paid off as Q4 revenue surged 50% despite no new games
We've taken Prison Architect just about as far as we can says developer
Tabletop dev will no longer function as a separate entity after crude and disrespectful use of Chechnya's anti-gay purges
Royalty payments to third-party devs and two cancelled projects dragged on the Swedish publisher's bottom line
Ebba Ljungerud on the fan response to her taking the role of CEO, and Fred Wester on the "super scary" side of no longer being the boss
Fredrik Wester on the Paradox version of GaaS, why Crusader Kings 3 is probably inevitable, and what's happening with White Wolf RPGs
Incoming chief executive Ebba Ljungerud wants ten per cent of game sales to come form mobile by 2020
BattleTech developer will maintain current creative and management teams, gain financial support
Paradox Interactive's management team on moving beyond "premium plus DLC" to a more flexible future
TeacherGaming worked on versions of Minecraft and Kerbal Space Program, other select Paradox titles to follow
Paradox Interactive celebrates with anniversary edition including a new expansion
And the Swedish publisher is now licensing its biggest IPs to do just that
Outgoing CEO Fred Wester says quarter shows the value of retaining loyal players with expansions and more
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