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.
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
tfw you don't read any of the material that would actually say whether they're fixing bugs or not and instead takes issue with the bugfixes not being included in a feature list for a paid dlc.Giving bug fixes for free is boycott worthy, but selling them in expansions is good?
Seems from the Dev Diaries the bulk of the actual content is the SEA/Pacific content, so Iwas really confused when that war buried down in the bullet-points but the new favour actions got headlined. I think they've gotten scared of contents packs due to the power creep and bad mechanics in the three they made earning bad responses.It’s pretty barren as an expansion, if it was priced as an immersion pack I might consider it, but at this price I won’t.
Most of the content is designer focused, no real new mechanic. And with the way you abandoned 1.30, leaving it filled with bugs I will not reward you with purchasing this in the near future.
I wasn't being snarky about it, it was a genuine question made in good faith, I really wanted to know exactly which bugs people are so concerned about, since i haven't come across any impactful ones myself.You're one of my favorite users here and I agree with most of what you say, but this one was just asking to have someone put your foot in your mouth for you.
I wasn't being snarky about it, it was a genuine question made in good faith, I really wanted to know exactly which bugs people are so concerned about.
If it was the quotation marks on bugs that made my question seem contentious, it was because often people call oversights, typos, and balance issues "bugs", which isn't really the meaning of the word.
Sadly, as a person that works on this field, i know too well that everything, from typo, to oversights, to balance issues will end up qualified as bugs then throwed into a bag of "look how much we worked".
Unless paradox releases a list of the bugs they fixed, im going to assume that 90% of the bugfixes were for minor, irrelevant stuff that can be clasified as oversights, typos, or balance isues