- Oct 8, 2016
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.
It's a separate pack selling at 5.99 €.Does anybody know if the new units are included int he expansion or are in a separate content pack as usual? I'm asking since I can't see any Emperor content pack on Steam store.
Thx, but any idea how to find it on steam?It's a separate pack selling at 5.99 €.
Shine up your European regiments with new uniform models for a number of nations at the center of the action in Europa Universalis IV: Emperor.www.paradoxplaza.com
Thanks for putting it up. I would have helped if we knew this seperate early though.Shine up your European regiments with new uniform models for a number of nations at the center of the action in Europa Universalis IV: Emperor. This cosmetic pack includes a total of 33 infantry sprites covering all four military eras of the game for 11 different nations.store.steampowered.com
The PI store sells steam keys, though. And PI gets more money from your purchase from you buying it from them directly than from having steam as the seller. (Basically it's the sellers cut whihc goes to PI instead of steam if you use the PI store.)Thx, but any idea how to find it on steam?
Seems like its business per usual. 20€ DLC and aDoes anybody know if the new units are included int he expansion or are in a separate content pack as usual? I'm asking since I can't see any Emperor content pack on the PI store.
Well, the Paradox DLC policy is atrocious in my opinion, and I personally don't really think that saying "it's a business" is a particularly good defense of their practices. By that account you'd be able to defend any shitty business policy - because they're a business. lol.You do realize that the persons creating this content, regardless of what type, are actual human beings who needs to pay rent, buy food, clothes, etc, etc? On top of that, Paradox is a business that wants to make a buck or two in the end. If you want new stuff for this game, you either need to fork up some ducats or turn to the content the mod community produces or just keep playing the version of the game you have.
The incessant whining about having to pay for content is so tiresome. Whining kills kittens.
They used to be together with the price being a bit higher. People then complained about not wanting to pay for music/units/etc. and expansions were separated from music/unit/etc. packs. It happened probably 5 years ago by now.To be fair, I think it would be an improvement if the Unit pack was included in the Expansion. I don't see why it has to be a separate feature.
Agreed, and the price tag is ridiculous for the amount of units. And i'm not cheap by any means, but it just seems inappropriate to have a 6€ cosmetic packI will admit I was a little surprised on how few unit models there were this time given the scope of the expansion and how long it was in development. I guess the artists were reallocated elsewhere.