Crusader Kings II Latest News
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.
has just marked July 14th in our calendars for the arrival of Crusader Kings II add-on Horse Lords. It's the latest expansion to the grand strategy / medieval RPG and features an expanded map for nomadic tribes.
The very way these Mongol and Turkic invaders rule is changing too as more of their culture becomes unique to them. The Silk Road 'trade highway' is also added, and temporary forts help to hold territory.
announce the next expansion to Crusader Kings II as Horse Lords, which looks to the nomadic rule of Mongol and Turkic steppe tribes, and how they impacted European history.
A new nomadic rule government is added, along with clan politics, and the option to Muster Hordes to raise a vast army. There's a Silk Road to exploit for trade, and the map expands in the Central Asian plains.