Set on a dynamic map, Victoria 3 allows players to see the changes in the world. In addition, the interface has been improved since the previous game.
Developed by Paradox Interactive, Victoria 3 is a grand strategy game that spans a hundred years, from 1836 to 1936. Players lead a state on a world map but will need to overcome internal and external obstacles to achieve their objectives. But it is challenging since the game features economy, war, and diplomacy tools to be considered.
Victoria 3 is also an educational game where you can learn about the 1800s countries and important historical events. Below, you can find the continent’s maps closer:
Victoria 3 World Map
Check out the high resolution versions of the continents:
- Indian Subcontinent
- North American Tribes
- Central and South America
- Italy and Balkans
- Northern Africa and Arabia
- Southern Africa
- South East Asia
There are two main resources in Victoria 3, gold and oil. There are specific places where players can harvest gold and oil. The oil map shows where oil is produced and exported. This resource is very important, as it becomes a major part of production over time.
Some places have more resources, while others have fewer. Here are all the continental territories in Victoria 3 and all the regions with resources based on gold and oil amounts:
Gold Resources Map
|Country||Amount of Gold|
|Northern Cape, Tswana Northern Cape, Griqualand||8|
|New Zealand (Ngati Toa South Island, Ngati Toa, New South Welsh North Island, South Island, North Island)||10|
|Van Dieman’s Land||6|
|New South Wales||12|
|Indonesia (Pontianak, Sintang, Dutch East Indies West Borneo, Lanfang, Sambas)||6|
|Hokkaido (Japanese Hokkaido, Ainu Mosir)||8|
Oil Resources Map
|Country||Amount of Oil|