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.
A quick fix here. it will be included in the first patch.(1) Playing AGCEEP, Hussite converted to Catholic as soon as they've got independent, resulting in the end of Hussite war within one month.
((2)Playing Age of Timur, Inca has sent a marchant to my COT in Quilian Pendi as early as 1464.
Thanks. This was our goal and this is "only" the beginning. We had to focus on the foundation. We can now add much more for the interface (plenty of ideas from the team and the community) and for even more refined gameplay, not to mention mods.Downloaded it about two hours ago, been playing ever since.
I decided to have a go with Burgundy, they have always been quite interesting, and I enjoy the ahistorical matches you can arrange upon the death of Charles the Bold. Electoral Palatinate and Burgundy? Yes, please!
It has a different feel from EU2, the same, yet very much different. All the little improvements, especially graphically or otherwise are very great. The AI is smarter, too! No more huge stacks of doom for one province minors, and the AI also doesn't use huge stacks to besiege anymore. I haven't seen anything crazy yet (I'm at 1440 right now) except Austria chose to keep Ansbach instead of giving it to Bavaria. I'm playing with AGCEEP by the way.
The game is very smooth, runs quickly, and I haven't experienced any errors yet. It seems much, much more stable than EU2 ever was -- even with 1.09 patch I often received a lot of CTDs, especially when saving and quitting a game. Not the case here.
I look forward to many hours and days of play with FTG, it was truly worth the wait. If anyone hasn't purchased this game already, I highly suggest they do if they are fans of EU2. It is definately the same game with know and love, but with many changes that make it even better.
:rofl:(2)Playing Age of Timur, Inca has sent a marchant to my COT in Quilian Pendi as early as 1464.
no more space bar as pause as long as a window can be opened in multiplayer to chat. It caused too much problems in the past, people chating out of the window and hitting the space bar...My first impression was...
Pause... pause... c'mon PAUSE! I'm hitting space!!! Oh crap, it's like Crusader Kings with the stupid pause button
the tutorial is very usefulI thought after playing Crusader Kings, EU3, EU:Rome, etc I could jump right in without going through the tutorial...... I was wrong :rofl:
Just a little hint for you. Go in db/interface and edit buttons.txtPause... pause... c'mon PAUSE! I'm hitting space!!! Oh crap, it's like Crusader Kings with the stupid pause button
the tutorial is very useful
Don't forget the double quotes. Reload the game and you have the space bar for Pause. Easy...
This won't change the cheksum of the game and F9 is indeed the default alternate for the Pause key.
If you have a save around the time involved, it would be useful to know what incas know about the world (and where they got the map...)
There might be a single province known (a typo or whatever) and from it, the country buys a map and knows most of the area.