Crusader Kings III, a Medieval monarchy-sim, launches this September

Paradox Interactive revealed the release date for Crusader Kings III. 01 September 2020 PC gamers can delve into the medieval era and create their own dynasty.

The original Crusader Kings hit PCs in 2004 and was a moderate success. Crusader Kings II released in 2012, spawned over a dozen expansion packs. Now eight years after the last game, Crusader Kings III has arrived.

Game description

Paradox Development Studio brings you the sequel to one of the most popular strategy games ever made.

Crusader Kings III is the heir to a long legacy of historical grand strategy experiences and arrives with a host of new ways to ensure the success of your royal house.

Choose a royal or noble house from a number of realms on a map that stretches from Iceland to India, from the Arctic Circle to Central Africa.

Guide a dynasty through the centuries, ensuring the security and power of each new generation. Gather new lands and titles to cement your legacy.

Be a pious king to bring the religious powers to your side, or strike out on your own, designing your own splinter religion and earning everlasting fame or eternal damnation.

Knights, peasant revolts, pilgrimages, Viking raiders…experience the drama and pageantry of the Middle Ages.

You can pre-order Crusader Kings III now on the Paradox website. There are two editions to choose from, the standard edition and the Royal Edition. Both editions include the pre-order bonus Garments of the Holy Roman Empire

Garments Of The Holy Roman Empire
Immerse yourself with outfits for both commoners, warriors and rulers of central Europe.

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