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.
At the moment no new dev diary is planned, because I'm not the sole developer and I'm not going to write dev diaries on matters others developed and know better. The development diaries are written on the free time of the mod developers. Although if you had anything in particular you wanted to see covered you can always post suggestions here and we will consider it.any news on when we will get the next dev diary or will release come before that
If you own Holy Fury you need to disable it before rolling back to 2.8.x, the DLC is not automatically disabled when you revert to an older version and it causes issues with the pre 3.x.x versions.Recently I came back and ofc I wanted to play this mod, sadly I figured that I can't now at least not in 3.0+ so I tried lower versions but I have a problems with the portraits I can't see the faces. I have all DLC and I tried with the sub-mods but same result any ideas how can I solved that?
Yes, see our latest development diary for what we plan on adding in the next version which will be compatible with the latest CK2 version.Are there currently any active plans for updating the mod to patch 3.3?
No, it will not since the remaining modders within the small development team have been working upon the update ever since we released the latest beta version. Due to the reduced amount of developers progress is a lot slower than we would like it to be if there were more modders involved.Or will it remain on patch 2.8 for the foreseeable future?
Do you guys want extra help then?Yes, see our latest development diary for what we plan on adding in the next version which will be compatible with the latest CK2 version.
No, it will not since the remaining modders within the small development team have been working upon the update ever since we released the latest beta version. Due to the reduced amount of developers progress is a lot slower than we would like it to be if there were more modders involved.
Thank you for the kind words! It is never too late to start with modding, so if you think you have the time it takes to learn don't hesitate to send me a private message.This is such an amazing and ambitious project, and I've thoroughly enjoyed playing it so far. I can't wait for the update, but I understand how long these sorts of projects can take, especially with a small team. I wish I could help and be of some assistance - these era is my personal favourite in history (it's really sad it's not represented in any Paradox title), but I'm a noob at modding and dunno if I'd be useful.
The difference is that it contains all of our latest progress on the mod, it is continuously updated as the development advances. As you said, it is thus experimental, changes there are not final and we can't guarantee any stability or support.Hope you don't mind me asking - I understand the Github version is experimental, but what are the differences between that one and the current one on Steam?