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 sounds like the best possible combination to chase away all of the existing Victoria series fans, in which case they would really need to change the name to make it painfully obvious that it's not REALLY a Victoria game.It should be a mix of other Paradox games.
-battles from Stellaris
-economy from CK3
-trade from CK2
-politics from HOI4
-monarch points from EU4
It should only have flavour pack DLC.
Oh and no pops.
I tried my best to make this combination.That sounds like the best possible combination to chase away all of the existing Victoria series fans, in which case they would really need to change the name to make it painfully obvious that it's not REALLY a Victoria game.
Normally, jokes are permitted outside of April 1, but we're not allowed to laugh at them on other days unless they include an appropriate emoji at the end.I didn't know jokes were not allowed outside April the 1st.
I disagree. Perhaps the infamy based system should be replaced but I can't imagine a Victoria game revolving around map-painting. It would make the human player OP ( since you can get all the resources you'll ever need + colonial armies) and things like the Scramble for Africa or The Great Game become hard to implement. Also the timeline is shorter and while a Super Germany, GB are possible I can't imagine a timeline where Tibet is the global leading power because the player can use the flawed system. CK, EU, I:R ? It's possible but for me this happening in Victoria or Hoi would just ruin the games ( since it's clear it lacks balance and content).There should be more map painting. No, really. The infamy system from Victoria II is way too harsh. Sure, it makes some sense that taking land in Europe is difficult/raises worries, but as it is now it makes taking anywhere near historic amounts of land elsewhere essentially not feasible.
Uncivilized land and colonies should be pretty cheap to take. The bigger caveat to such moves should be the reactions of competing powers in the region to you stepping on their toes.