Crusader Kings 3 players have cannibalized 1.5M prisoners and petted 370K pets during their time as medieval rulers.
With CK3 today receiving its first major update that brings with it many changes, Paradox has shared numbers highlighting what players have been up in the first month since launch.
Crusader Kings 3 has been played for more than 25 million hours, which makes up a total of 2,800 in-game years. Needless to say, it was well received by fans and critics alike.
Crusader Kings 3 1.5M Prisoners Cannibalized
Here is a rundown of what players have accomplished during this time:
- 40,591,268 children born
- 18,212,157 successful murder schemes executed
- 4,364,279 betrothals
- 1,543,790 prisoners cannibalized
- Including at least one Pope...
- 1,451,427 holy wars started
- 716,369 stress breaks
- 370,305 pets petted
- 141,597 universities founded
- 122,364 escapes from prison
- 29,454 Roman Empires restored
While we didn't quite manage to turn the Pope into tasty chow for our angry Viking ruler, we did have lots of fun murdering and marrying our way across Europe in Crusader Kings III.
Since launch, CKIII has also gathered an impressive library of mods from which we've selected the best ones, covering everything from total overhauls to those that tweak small UI elements in helpful ways.
Although the game's new player experience is a vast improvement over that found in past Paradox grand strategy games, console command and cheats can still help you turn any elusive outcome into reality.
Patch 1.1 brings a massive number of changes to CKIII, making Mongols considerably more aggressive and refusing to answer Calls to War much more costly. You can check out the full list of changes by clicking the link above.
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