- Dec 27, 2014
It works really well on my computer - I feel like it runs more smoothly even. Great job PDX!
It means it can theoretically use more than 4 go of RAM but I don’t imagine CK2 would find a use for that much anyway. I’m not sure what other resources you might be thinking of. 64 bit support isn’t a magic bullet for performance.
This patch is functionally identical to the previous one, save for the 64 bits. Nothing should be changed; every save should still work.Stupid question, but will this new 64 bit version prevent me from continuing to finish saves from the old version 3.1.0 - (Great Works)?
It will probably take me until next year to finish everything (Rome wasn’t built in a day, literally). Do I need to take Family Leave for the rest of 2019 and play CK2 18 hours a day to finish before the new patch hits?
My PC is 64 bit, so no worries there, just wondering if the rollback versions will continue to be available once the new patch comes out of beta.
I regularly see it go over 3 GB now, and I'm only midgame. I suspect the extra RAM will help some late game. (Otherwise, I absolutely agree with you. It isn't a magic bullet for performance, it mostly means it can work on the newer OS X and doesn't run into memory limits.)
I'd argue, given that the regional tech penalties in EU4 are canon, technological advance is canonically the product of institutions and circumstances and by no means inevitable, and thus a world that's barely more developed in 3000 is perfectly plausible given the kind of 15th+ century world the AI would generate on its own. Not exactly going to be exploring the stars when the ERE is on Civil War MDCLIX.Although the tech stagnation throws the whole thing off...
That might be because it's a very new build (and beta) and assumes relatively up to date drivers. Older games (even those no more than a year old) are likely more tolerant.Yeah, I needed to reinstal my graphics card drivergcd, but strangely only CK2 was having problems.