The realm rejoices as Paradox Interactive announces the launch of Crusader Kings III, the latest entry in the publisher’s grand strategy role-playing game franchise. Advisors may now jockey for positions of influence and adversaries should save their schemes for another day, because on this day Crusader Kings III can be purchased on Steam, the Paradox Store, and other major online retailers.
Which is not the bug report forum.
My point is that you stand the greatest chance of getting your issues addressed if you are specific about them. Each bugfix or feature addition is a kind of task that Paradox puts in their database, and then they must match it with the appropriate programmer who actually knows how to fix things. Of course first they must have that task prioritised because some may be more pressing than others; and here there is a world of difference between a bug and a feature suggestion. A bug is fixed for its own sake; but if you want new a feature in then you actually have to convince several people in the CK3 team that this is a feature that they should add. You don't do that by shouting, you do that by being detailed and following the protocol. That includes posting in the correct forum.Not sure why you're hell bent on using the word bug which no one else did? Some of the MP issues are nots bugs per say. They're either connectivity issues, OOS, lack of a basic feature which is chat etc.. Just because they're not "bugs" doesn't mean they don't have to be addressed? Like I don't get what you're trying to insinuate here.
If you mean the territory of modern Netherlands, then you are incorrect. The urbanization didn't really happen until the late middle ages, if you mean modern Belgium. Yes, totally.Finally!
Now all that remains is to add more provinces and holdings in the Netherlands to reflect it's historical importance and urbanization.
What I actually meant was the Southern Netherlands (modern-day Belgium), which is currently very underrepresented and missing important historical cities like Mechelen. and Aalst. There should also be more counties added like Gent and Artois.If you mean the territory of modern Netherlands, then you are incorrect. The urbanization didn't really happen until the late middle ages, if you mean modern Belgium. Yes, totally.
is the catholic fervor fixed?
with basically every mechanic there will be fringe cases where you can say it doesn't reflect this or that historical event. the problem is the game must have a one size fits all mechanic for everything. In this case it is presumed that it will overall be better for that situation not to occur all the time in order for it to occur in the off chance that the HYW circumstances somehow existIn CK3 the Hundred Years' War never happened. Edward had no claim.