I think the game still needs a vast improvement in victory/surrender events. Current Austro-Hungarian ones, for example, are pretty weird. For example, if Imperial Russia is still alive and fighting, it doesn't get Galicia (Western Ukraine), and even more, independent Poland appears (while most of Poland is still under Russian control, so we have independent Poland with minority of Polish territories and Russian Poland with majority of it. That's really weird) and takes Galicia for its own, while it was the main Russian territorial claim in WW1. Independent states like Hungary and Czechoslovakia could be okay, but I've never seen a proper creation of Yugoslavia in my single or multiplayer games. Even more, when Austria-Hungary surrenders, all Italian or Serbian units on Austrian soil can't reach Germany anymore, or even worse, they could be stuck forever if they reach German soil and Austria capitulates, so they become landlocked, and more. Treaty of Brest-Litovsk seems to be oversimplified, but it works at least, while Austrian surrender events definitely need to be improved, I think. Same with the Ottomans, for example, they don't cede Greater Armenia to Russians, nobody gets the Straits and so on. I think that's really important for a plausible historical gameplay.
< Message edited by Khancotlette -- 12/13/2020 9:13:50 AM >