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.
I would like to see a focus that's the opposite of "Divide Yugoslavia", breaking Romania into the 3 old principalities. But I would like it to happen under a reasonable pretext. The pretext "We need autonomy for the slavs in Transylvania" when there were less than 8% slavs in Transylvania is laughably unrealistic. It's not unrealistic like Japan goes communist, but unrealistic like "France demands autonomy for French in Catalonia".
Transylvania's population censuses:
Year Total Romanians Hungarians Germans Székelys[a] Notes
1920 5,114,214 58.3% 26.7% 9.7% - Romanian statistics 1930 5,548,363 57.8% 24.4% 9.8% - Romanian population census 1948 5,761,127 65.1% 25.7% 5.8%
According to the last censuses, Transylvania was about >58% Romanian, 24% Hungarian and 10% German. That leaves only 8% other ethnicites, including Jews. Granting autonomy to all of Transylvania for >8% of the population breaks immersion. Because it's not an unlikely scenario, it's logically impossible.
Yugoslavia could have the same focus, but rename it "Break the Great Union" or "Divide Greater Romania". Something that doesn't imply Transylvania got separated from the rest of Romania to grant autonomy for >8% of its population.
After some feedback in last week's diary, we also changed some of the focus icons we have shown off for Yugoslavia:
1.10.1 is the new default - the "NONE - Opt out of all beta programmes" option. What does it say in the launcher (bottom left corner) when you start the game?I can't see the 1.10 'Collie' Update in my Properties of the game. Last Update that I can see under Properties is the 1.9.3
1.10.1 is the new default - the "NONE - Opt out of all beta programmes" option. What does it say in the launcher (bottom left corner) when you start the game?
Edit: also, Battle for the Bosporus should be listed as "installed" under DLC in your Steam client, so you can check that, too.
Try to validate the game files, the directory would reverts the file that you just have edited to its original state.Thanks a lot, it did help. I was expecing, to see it as it was with the other updates. Now is ok.
I have though another problem. I can't play a game with achievements.
I was editing very few things but though I did undo all and even uninstalled and reinstalled the game, I still have that red cross forbiding me to play for achievements. I deleted as well the entire "Hearts of Iron IV" in "Paradox Interactive" folder, but it still says that I am running some cheats or whatever. Which is not the case.
Where is somehing stored, which compromises my game?