Paradox Interactive and Paradox Development Studio have released their new game in the Crusader Kings franchise. Crusader Kings III builds off from their previous experience on games such as Stellaris and Imperator: Rome.
Paradox Interactive have announced the release date for their third game in the Crusader Kings franchise. It will be released on the 1st September on PC, and will be available in all the normal store fronts such as from Steam and Paradox Interactive’s own web store.
Following on from the recent success of the Old Gods DLC, video game publishers Paradox Interactive and developers Paradox Development Studios have mentioned on Monday that Crusader Kings II and its related DLC is doing very well and players should expect official support with DLC and patches to last at least another two years.
Paradox Interactive excellent strategy game Crusader Kings II has been updated with a ton of new additions, bug fixes and performance improvements. These patches have been around for a while but I think they only just got added to the Steam version of Crusader Kings II yesterday.
The upcoming Crusader Kings II Ruler Designer DLC will allow you to create your own portrait, change your character name, dynasty name and customise your own coat of arms. You will also be able to change traits and stats at will and decide the size of your immediate family.
It all looks good but these things should have been included in the original game release.