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.
devs MUST read community feedback! it's their job.. nothing strange in it... finally i would say!This is Orwellian: just as there were discussions about house rules for SP/MP games, this dev diary shows up.
It's almost like the devs are reading what the unwashed masses are talking about.
Meanwhile over at Bethesda:
Forum discussions demand the next Fallout to have relevant choices and no FPS anymore, Bethesda uses its patented sentiment analysis and interprets it as: "We want Fallout 5 to be CoD meets PUBG"
Will we be getting better Peace options?Yes.
So this means no more Franco-British Union, no more Chinese United Front not forming. and no more Finland giving in when playing historically, correct?what it does is have ai pick focuses and answer some events as they did historically. Its allowed to break this under certain conditions. Generally because its a lot weaker/stronger or their enemies are, or that stuff has somehow gotten very historical through player actions already. At its core its simply a priority order for how to pick focuses and answer some events
Maybe not quite that, but they could do something like AoD did with national ideas to add more individuality to each country:>Introducing ethnicity, culture and/or religion to a WWII game. What could go wrong?
Based on what these specialized infantry represent, no.... However... wouldn't Airborne troops be more difficult to find/train than Marines ... & similarly wouldn't Marines be more difficult to find/train than Mountaineers...