Okay the American DLC is on the table. However you feel it and however it is going to get implemented, it will not be retracted.
Let’s talk about something more fun and positive here: Brits and Dutch might be fine with that because they already have quite a few revolutionary options (and many more potential ones) but what about poor Swedes?
They only have two revolutions right now, and their only overseas colony is in today’s US so no colonial civ is viable.
Maybe Norwegians? That also paves the way for Danes, if the devs are going to add them.
It will be stupid if you can still revolt into US after the DLC.
In the first place, the Swedes were the wrong choice. There was a better option, Denmark, and they had North American, Caribbean, and East India companies and parts of Asian colonies. However, because Sweden was active in several European wars, civilizations with more suitable qualifications were completely ignored.
A ot of units in the original, were from the 30 Years War and the Napoleonic Wars, all of which were in Europe, and never saw action in the colonies.
The game was always designed with European Conflict in mind, it is just that there was a shift, mid development, to a Colonial theme.
Doppelsoldner, Longbowmen and Caçadores make no sense in a Colonial setting. And there are other examples.
Look at Empire Total War that has an authentic “colonial war” theatre: that’s mostly low quality irregulars and native auxiliaries, identical for every nation, while the very limited number of regular and elite units need to be literally “shipped” from the mainland.
That’s what the true “colonial theme” game should be like: on the Indian map, all European civs get only sepoys and sowars; on the American map, they get minutemen/militias and some native allies; on the East Asian map, they get almost nothing except missionaries because major conflicts between China/Japan and Europe did not happen until 1850s.
You would need to remove most Mercenaries, the entirity of the Ottoman, Dops, Crossbows, Uhlans, War Wagons, Cossacks, Strelets, Hussars (never fough in the Americas, Hussars are European theatre only), Dragoons (same issue), Grenadiers (same issue, again) and a whole lot of cards and civ bonii, taht DIRECTLY reference the 30 Years War or the Napoleonic Wars.
This is because time passes and historical events occur even during the colonial war. No matter how colonial, it is not unusual to be influenced by the historical influence of the mainland unless it becomes another state through revolution. For example, if you were in Louisiana in the 18th century, you would have been called a French.
I am not trying to limit the theme. If I had tried to limit the theme, I wouldn’t have wanted any DLC in the first place. And AOE3 had already been a theme from its birth. It seems like you are trying to deny it and make the game rag.