Crusader Kings II Summary
It's the last day of the month and here'sfor soon-to-be-revealed Project Augustus. We're told this is "a project we've always dreamt about doing," and not just for the internal devs.
Some have noted that Paradox has expressed a desire to boldly go to man's final frontier before, i.e. space. Could this be a grand strategy set among the stars? If so, what shape would it take? Real-time or turn-based?
Two more teasers fornew IP in the works, which currently hides behind the name of Project Augustus. revealed Henrik Fåhraeus (Crusader Kings, Hearts of Iron) as Game Director.
Today's says that "Elections and Technological Development" are important elements to the game. It's most definitely grand strategy material, but it sounds as if things could be moving away from a Roman era?
Paradox Interactive begin "every weekday" teaser campaign for Project Augustus, to reveal at Gamescom
The brand new IP thatis working on will be announced in full at Gamescom next month, but until then we'll be subjected to small teasers "every weekday" until they finally unveil the truth.
This will be the internal studio's "first new major IP" since Crusader Kings debuted over a decade ago.tells us Seven and Three "are important numbers." We're then told to enjoy our weekend.
The horses are on the move as the Great Khan and his hordes can now terrorise nations from the Central Asian steppes to the very far shores of Europe. It won't be easy though, but what is in Crusader Kings II?
Clan politics will have to be carefully navigated in Horse Lords, and existing powers can now take advantage of the Silk Road trade routes, and new temporary forts to hold enemy territory.
New 'Feature Spotlight' video dev diary for Crusader Kings II: Horselords expansion, launches July 14th
has released a new video developer diary for the impending nomadic invasion of the Horselords expansion for Crusader Kings II.
A new Nomadic style of government is part of the feature list, and with it come Clan politics. They can also muster hordes out of whole populations, which is bad news for trade on the new Silk Road route.