- Mar 29, 2001
Great thread. But to facilitate keeping up to date with new info, would you mind marking new bits of information? Either via new posts in the thread, or highlighting them in the opening post.
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.
That is an excellent point!On the supposed trade routes, is it not possible that they could be lines of logistics instead?
Also, the Timurids have a name on the world map. This means that the start date is earlier than the 1445, (don't know the exact date) or so I think anyway.
There's practically no literal quote in there. Originally I was going to make it a collection of quotes, but that was simply long, cumbersome, and given the many different ways in which quotes can be given, it was unhelpful.Nice. Though I think it would help if you made it clearer what is "a literal quote" and what is interpretation.
They'll probably use that, but in general I'm guessing that we shouldn't take stuff we see in these early alpha screenshots as something that'll nessecarily be in the game. Written statements from the devs are probably more reliable, right?Some extra regarding the armies:
On the screenshots on Rockpaperguns, you can see that they use the Sendoku/CKII-army system, where they have colours to identify between allies, neutral and enemy (something which I miss in DW having been used to CKII
I don't know if it's worth mentioning, but at least it's an improvement on EU3-DW, where they use the experience from CKII.
Highly doubtful that they'd show something that isn't going to be in the game, at least in my opinion.They'll probably use that, but in general I'm guessing that we shouldn't take stuff we see in these early alpha screenshots as something that'll nessecarily be in the game. Written statements from the devs are probably more reliable, right?
I'd guess that some of the stuff we see, especially when it comes to the UI, will be subject to change after feedback from QA and testers. Early on, some of it will be placeholders and so on. Though I guess these first shots are carefully chosen as to not show anything completely wrong.Highly doubtful that they'd show something that isn't going to be in the game, at least in my opinion.