- Feb 8, 2015
Is it Snorre Sturlason I see on first pic?
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.
UPDATE - Version 0.95
- The Icelandic Republic is now in the game with all the major clans of the age and 160+ new characters!
- The Norse dynasties have been overhauled once more.
- Norse place names now predominantly use the dative form.
- The Norse faith is now called "Heiðinn", and "Ásatrú" is reserved for the reformed faith.
- The "Fylkirate" is now called "Ásatrúarveldið" (The Dominion of the Ásatrú).
- Restored and fixed the line of the Scyldings.
- Fixed some errors in the Anglo-Saxon history files.
- Various other changes and tweaks to existing features.
A new game is not required, but is recommended so the new features take effect.
(1) For upgrading previous "full download" versions 0.7 --> 0.95
EDIT: Well, damned, I can't run the newest version alone in multiplayer, so I can't make a fast run through as I usually do... Is there any other way to spectate a game without having to click away all the events all the time?
It seems to be working fine, and the code is quite a bit simpler than mine. I wonder, how did you do away with the culture and religion conversion of a random country upon a successful invasion? It was one of the reasons my code became so intricate.
Another thing that's been pestering me is how to make a new republic appear as such in the selection screen (and the in-game history); so it shows Utlande's leader as "Grand Mayor" rather than "Jarl", and Iceland's leader as "Lögsögumaðr" rather than "Konungr". It seems it has been solved in the newest version of HIP, but I can't find the relevant files.
Lastly, I've been wondering whether there's an easy way to include a port in the province of York. It's quite stupid, I think, that it doesn't have any, and if I knew how to modify the map, one or two of the major rivers in England would be navigable just like in Germany and France.