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.
In one of the previous Dev diearies they mentioned that they are polishing over 500 bugs.So no bug fixing... Paradox really have stopped trying to improve eu4, just milking the player base for cash.
I won't be buying any more paradox problems till they fix the bugs introduced in 1.30
I would be willing to bet they just skimmed their titles on the wiki for "bugfixes" and didn't bother reading to the end of a seemingly unrelated one where they were mentioned.In one of the previous Dev diearies they mentioned that they are polishing over 500 bugs.
Really strange is how the release date wasn't announced at PDX insider, instead deciding to do so just two weeks later.Strange that it'd be announced here and not pdxcon
Oh well I guess...
Not exactly saying that it was a definite but the lack of an announcement date for the DLC combined with an immediate date for the next PDXcon had me thinking they were going to announce it in May.Really strange is how the release date wasn't announced at PDX insider, instead deciding to do so just two weeks later.
It'd have seemed like the perfect occasion, but the EU4 panel there was just Johan listing features we already knew of and and announcing the subscription service (which was... divisive, to say the least).
By that logic where does it confirm bug fixing?
We are not just adding new features and polishing them, for 1.31 there is also currently over 500 different older bugs that has been fixed so far, and we have been busy tweaking and improving the interface as well.