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despite the interesting world design and sweeping vistas, the expansion was not without its problems. the barter system was a failure, it was quite difficult to manage, and the graphics werent really up to the task of crusader kings 3. however, it was a good three months before paradox development studio revealed that they were planning a sequel.
for a while we didnt hear much about it and it seemed likely that crusader kings 2 would be the last grand strategy rpg from paradox development studio. but the fanboys on the paradox forums got a small look at the sequel in december 2011 when paradox development studio brought the sequel to the game jamboree 2012.
it was of course the same old game, but it was shaping up to be a great release until paradox development studio began giving the community the slips. after a long wait, crusader kings 2 was finally released on steam on august 26th, 2012. and suddenly the game that had been six years in the making was available on steam.
i am a big fan of crusader kings ii, and with a small expansion for the xbox 360, playstation 3 and pc on 9th september, it was an interesting time to read about it. crusader kings ii is the grand strategy game that was created by the same guys who created the real-time strategy game, europa universalis.
genuinely loving paradox development studio, and what a box of tricks they have given us in crusader kings 2. whilst theres no pc version of crusader kings 2 yet, theres more than enough to keep you happily occupied for the next decade.
theres a bunch of new map designs and in-game campaigns that each have their own unique art style. however, theres also a ton of new mechanics to master, ranging from the quest system to the judicial system.
the problem with the game is when you are playing multiplayer, or when the host has new dlc, it will get out of sync. the way to resolve this is to: click the info button in the top right corner. go to the multiplayer tab. click options, then multiplayer, and check the box that says “allow offline game saves”. hit apply, and you are good to go.
hopefully it will be more stable, because i’m having some trouble with it too. i can’t figure out why it doesn’t work for me. but if it doesn’t work, there is another mod that will be released in the future called crusader kings ii: japan (based on ck2) which is more active and has a good player base. then you can play a dual-simplified version of sengoku. it’s still in alpha, but it’s good enough to play, so try it out.
crusader kings 2, like crusader kings 3, has a “champion system” which is the difference between these two games. in crusader kings 2, everyone is a champion. in crusader kings 3, you are a champion if your fame is over 400. in both games, you can become a champion by doing something in the game.
right now, only vanilla multiplayer is available. however, i plan on adding dlc multiplayer as soon as possible. i have a new player and at the moment, he has not installed any of the dlcs, but i am adding them manually. currently, only vanilla dlc multiplayer is supported.
for a while now, i’ve been trying to get multiplayer going but i never seem to get it to work. i don’t know what i’m doing wrong. it worked before, but now it’s not. i’ve looked on the steam forums but no one seems to be having this problem.