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Hi, I understand completely why the update is taking so long and I am happy to wait. However, do you think you could please possibly give us an indication of when it will be available again? I really would appreciate it.It's coming, don't you worry, but since the vast majority of the CKII team has moved over to CKIII it's taking longer than normal.
Why would Paradox hurry to fix this? The longer this is down, the more likely people are to buy CK3.
The public beta was released in July. On July 27th, someone posted to the Paradox forum and detailed what looks to be the same or similar error as OP. I'd link you to it, but Paradox flags as spam with the link included and doesn't allow me to post. This isn't new information.It got released in november.
The public beta was released in July. On July 27th, someone posted to the Paradox forum and detailed what looks to be the same or similar error as OP. I'd link you to it, but Paradox flags as spam with the link included and doesn't allow me to post. This isn't new information.
Yeah, I think the point here is that you're even having to make a guess as to what the problem is after 7 months and why they don't communicate it better. Nerds? They could be from another planet for all I care. A quick search on the issue results in a bunch of Reddit and Paradox forum posts about this - they're being deliberately obtuse about the issue. I'm moving on from this company... I don't care enough, but anyone feeling particularly annoyed about purchasing a game and countless DLCs they've assigned a team of sloths to support (and you purchased within the last four years) should go ahead and google implied warranty of merchantability and/or warranty of fitness for purpose and contact the retailer with any luck it: (1) might apply and (2) isn't excluded in the purchase agreement. Cheers!A beta a is a beta and it wasn't mentioned . A generalisation one way or the other.
Anyway, i guess the issue is that Paradox has only one person on it and there wil be a reason why they need longer for the compability for
CK2 than for HoI4 for instance. What i want to say is, as other PDS games are compatible by now, as far as i know, it doesn't seem to be
intended and negligence that CK2 still isn't compatible , but rather a very CK2 specific issue.
Could Paradox communciate this ? Sure. Why don't they do that ? I don't know, maybe as they are simply nerds in the end and thus humans
who aren't perfect. Just a guess. Not an attempt to defend them, but a rational attempt to explain why the situation is as it is.
Seems plausible, but could be wrong.