Victoria 3 is a deep societal simulation, challenging players to develop a nation through industry, trade, and political reforms while keeping your population content and well-fed. You can use military might to get what you want, but such an approach is expensive. Sometimes your plans can change, and you want to stop the war and return your army back, so in this guide, we want to talk about how to demobilize your army in Victoria 3.
How to Demobilize Your Army
After Diplomatic Plays, Diplomatic Manoeuvring, and Countdown to War, you must recruit an army to prepare for war. Conscripting the troops means you are now paying for them and your military wages graph will be going up. Always check on the military wages graph to keep in check your money because you don’t want to get bankrupt!
Related: Victoria 3: How to Declare War and Fight Battles
If you have a good amount of money in military wages then you can conscript the troops in different areas during the war to give you an edge in winning the battles. If you don’t have enough money and you got yourself in a war with another country or your military wages ran out during the war, you don’t want to conscript more troops in the war and get bankrupt!
In Victoria 3, once you’ve conscripted your army in an area, you won’t be able to demobilize them until the war is over. Since wars are costly and you think you don’t have enough wages for your military, you can also end the war by clicking on the “Capitulate” button in the War symbol on the screen. You can also try to make peace deals with the opposing country to end the war as well.
Now you know How to Demobilize Your Army. Read our other guides and have fun playing Victoria 3!
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