- Jul 17, 2015
More map improvements? Yes! Hope for Sampi nerf and Novgorod up.
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1. It'll mostly affect combat for now.1) Will winter only effect the combat, or are other systems, for example economics tied into this?
2) Will there be a way to predict the severity of the coming winter? Will it be necessary to make preparations for the winter like it was common back than?
3) How will performance be impacted? I guess you wont use the HoI3 system but still...
4) Any chance for new map modes? I really miss one where all existing and potential historic buildings are marked...
Big fan of winter having an effect on combat/MAA!Winter will also have an effect on your Men-at-Arms. Most noticeably, cavalry units will perform worse in normal and harsh winters. Heavy cavalry, in particular, will suffer some hefty penalties. I would advise against the use of heavy cavalry if you know you’ll be fighting battles in mountainous terrain during the winter season. On the other hand, some Men-at-Arms will get (sometimes quite significant) bonuses while fighting in winter. One such unit is the Tibetan culture unit, Mountaineers. Accustomed to the cold and the snow in the mountains, they can utilize it to their advantage in the form of a damage bonus whenever they participate in battles when winter is present.