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Veröffentlichung: 14. Feb. 2012

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24. März

Patch 2.7.0.2

Hi Guys!

We've just released another small patch in order to fix some important issues. We are still working on 2.7.1 which will contain some bigger changes based on the feedback we've gathered from you so far.


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- Fixed custom localization crashing the game
- "Next/previous holding" in the holding build view will now also take you to your hospitals, not just regular holdings, trade posts, and forts
- Fixed Anglo-Saxons and female Germans using the wrong age portraits
- Messed up localisation is now less likely to crash the game
- Fixed the French version of the game crashing if you gained a specific character modifier (again)


Please do not report any issues with this patch in this thread. If you experience bugs, report them as proper bug reports in our bug report forum. Thank you!

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20. März

Surveying the Survey



Greetings!

In today’s Dev Diary we would like to present some of the information we gathered from the CK2 survey we did some time ago. The survey is based on a sample size of between 4000-5000 answers per data point. Note that we have not measured what you thought of any free features that came in the major patches, but rather this survey focused on the paid features of our various DLC’s. I won’t present all of it in this DD, but I will bring up some interesting points that might amuse you!


Amount of survey takers that both Owns and Plays a given DLC:

Sword of Islam - 90.8% Legacy of Rome - 92,36% Sunset Invasion - 71,54% The Republic - 89.32% The Old Gods - 96,17% Sons of Abraham - 91,92% Rajas of India - 82,29% Charlemagne - 91,66% Way of Life - 92,97% Horse Lords - 82,91% Conclave - 81,57% Reaper’s Due - 79,29%


The DLC’s that built the most hype before they were released:

The Old Gods
  • A total of 92,05% of the ones taking the test were excited for the DLC - and most impressively a whopping 64,01% were extremely interested!
The Reaper’s Due
  • A total of 80,87% of the ones taking the test were excited for the DLC - and of those 47,27% were extremely interested. While The Old Gods tops the charts for pre-release hype, The Reaper’s Due also significantly peaked the interests!
Way of Life
  • A total of 77,83% of the ones taking the test were excited for the DLC - and of those 42,38% were extremely interested.
While many DLC’s built a lot of interest before they were released, these three stand out from the crowd.


The DLC’s that built the least hype:

Sunset Invasion
  • A total of 34,3% of the ones taking the test were not interested in this DLC, with 33,10% being indifferent.
This leaves the Sunset Invasion as the only DLC that did not manage to build much interest.

The DLC’s that exceeded your expectations the most:

The Reaper’s Due
  • A total of 76,73% of the ones taking the test thought that it was better than expected - where 42,52% thought it exceeded their expectations by a landslide!
The Old Gods
  • A total of 82,53% of the ones taking the test thought that it was better than expected - where 41,91% thought it exceeded their expectations by a landslide!
This means that while The Old Gods is the overall winner, The Reaper’s Due had the most people being completely blown away.

And the other side of the coin, the DLC’s that did not live up to your expectations:

Sunset Invasion
  • A total of 26,97% of the ones taking the test thought that this DLC didn’t live up to their initial impressions, with a respectable 49,17% thinking it was just as expected.
This leaves the Sunset Invasion as the only DLC where for a lot of players it did not live up to the initial impression.

The DLC’s that has content you use the most often:

Way of Life
  • With a whopping total of 96,83% of the ones taking the test using content from this DLC in just about every game they play, Way of Life takes the unchallenged top spot. Of these, 85,57% use Way of Life content in every game they play.
The Reaper’s Due
  • A total of 89,69% of the ones taking the test uses content from this DLC in just about every game they play. Of these, 69,80% use The Reaper’s Due content in every game they play.
The Old Gods
  • A total of 89,95% of the ones taking the test uses content from this DLC in just about every game they play. Of these, 56,23% use The old Gods content in every game they play.

The DLC’s that has content you use the least often:

Sunset Invasion
  • A total of 61,97% rarely use any content from this DLC. Among them 26,69% never use any content.
Rajas of India
  • A total of 49,52% rarely use any content from this DLC. Among them 13,64% never use any content.
Sword of Islam
  • A total of 33,17% rarely use any content from this DLC. Though only 3,91% never use any content.

The most AND least well received feature, per DLC:

Sword of Islam
  • Most: Polygamy
  • Least: Decadence
Legacy of Rome
  • Most: Retinues
  • Least: Ability to Restore Rome
(Note that there were only 2 data points for this DLC, Restoring Rome actually scored quite high, but retinues has it beat by a landslide) Sunset Invasion
  • Most: Aztec Culture & Religion
  • Least: Aztec Invasion Event
The Republic
  • Most: Family Palaces
  • Least: Republic CB’s and war restrictions
The Old Gods
  • Most: Playable Pagans and Zoroastrians (This was the most well received feature of all features, with a massive majority of 92,55% rating this feature as great)
  • Least: Adventurers
Sons of Abraham
  • Most: Pilgrimages
  • Least: Restoring the Kingdom of Israel
Rajas of India
  • Most: New Playable Religions
  • Least: Jungle Terrain
Charlemagne
  • Most: Custom Kingdoms and Empires
  • Least: Zun Religion (This is the feature that interested the least players overall, with 46,22% rating this feature as uninteresting, narrowly beating Jungle Terrain by ~4%)
Way of Life
  • Most: Lifestyle Traits
  • Least: Character Focus
(Note that once again there were only 2 data points for this DLC) Horse Lords
  • Most: Silk Road Features
  • Least: Clan Politics
Conclave
  • Most: Reworked Laws
  • Least: Favors
Reaper’s Due
  • Most: New Maimed Traits
  • Least: Seclusion


The additions that you rate the highest in a new DLC:

  • New Events - With an overwhelming majority of 73,16% appreciating this type of addition very much.


  • New Starting Dates - With 51,53% appreciating this type of addition very much.


  • Reworked Previously Existing Features - With 44,25% appreciating this type of addition very much.


  • Expanded Map - With 38,94% appreciating this type of addition very much.


  • New Succession Laws - With 29,16% appreciating this type of addition very much.


  • Interface Skins - With 25,24% appreciating this type of addition very much.

We hope that this was interesting to you, even though it’s in a heavily condensed format - hopefully we’ll be able to present even more survey results in the future!

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Reviews

“...playing is winning, and there’s something quite satisfying about leading your house to power and glory through whatever means you can, for as long as you can.”
9,5/10 – Strategy Informer

“In short, Crusader Kings II is a majestic feudal sandbox, the greatest generator of hilarious medieval soap opera ever created and Paradox Interactive’s best title to date.”
90/100 – IncGamers

“It's perfectly possible to have made a few too many enemies, anger the Pope and find most of Europe out for your blood. That's really what makes the game so damn fun.”
9/10 – Destructoid

Über dieses Spiel

Die dunklen Zeiten mögen sich dem Ende neigen, doch in Europa herrscht noch immer Tumult. Unbedeutende Feudalherren konkurrieren um die Gunst von belagerten Königen, welche sich nur mühsam die Kontrolle über ihre zersplitterten Königreiche erhalten können. Der Papst ruft auf zu einem Kreuzzug, um die Christen im Heiligen Land zu beschützen, selbst dann noch, als er sich weigert, auf die Kontrolle über die Investitur der Bischöfe zu verzichten - inklusive ihrer Reichtümer. Jetzt ist die Zeit für wahre Größe. Erweitern Sie Ihren Landbesitz und sichern Sie die Zukunft Ihrer Dynastie. Füllen Sie den Staatssäckel, ernennen Sie Vasallen, stöbern Sie Verräter und Ketzer auf, führen Sie Gesetze ein und interagieren Sie mit hunderten Adligen, jeder mit seinen eigenen Zielen.
Ein guter Lehnsherr wird immer gute Freunde benötigen, die ihm helfen. Aber geben Sie acht, da loyale Vasallen schnell zu Erzfeinden werden können, und einige könnten nicht so zuverlässig sein, wie sie wirken... Seien Sie bereit und kämpfen Sie um Ihr Prestige bis die Welt Ihren Namen in Ehrfurcht flüstert. Haben Sie das Zeug zum König der Kreuzritter?
Crusader Kings II lässt Sie eine der wichtigsten Epochen der Weltgeschichte entdecken - in einem Spielerlebnis, handgefertigt von den Meistern von Grand Strategy. Das mittelalterliche Europa wird in diesem monumentalen Spiel über Könige, Pläne und Throne zum Leben erweckt...

Hauptmerkmale:

  • Beginnen Sie ein Spiel irgendwann zwischen 1066 und 1337 und spielen Sie bis 1453
  • Wählen Sie einen christlichen Lehnsherrn und stellen Sie sicher, dass seine Dynastie über die Generationen von Nachfolgern hinweg bestehen bleibt
  • Erarbeiten Sie sich Prestige mit jedem Nachfolger den Sie spielen, um den Glanz Ihrer Dynastie fortzutragen
  • Erweitern Sie Ihre Ländereien - und schützen Sie sie vor dem Auseinanderfallen
  • Entlarven Sie die Anschlagspläne Ihrer Höflinge und Vasallen, jeder mit seinen eigenen Meinungen und Zielen
  • Nehmen Sie das Kreuz in die Hand und bekämpfen Sie die Mauren, Heiden und Ketzer
  • Verteidigen Sie sich gegen die Angriffe der mongolischen Horde
  • Ringen Sie mit dem Papst um Kontrolle über die Bischöfe
  • Erleben Sie heute das Mittelalter mit bis zu 32 Spielern in einem konkurrenzbetonten Mehrspielermodus

Systemanforderungen

Windows
Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    • Betriebssystem: XP/Vista/Windows 7
    • Prozessor: Intel® Pentium® IV 2.4 GHz oder AMD 3500+
    • Speicher: 2 GB RAM
    • Festplatte: 2 GB
    • Grafikkarte: NVIDIA® GeForce 8800 oder ATI Radeon® X1900, 512 MB Grafikspeicher vorausgesetzt.
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Sound: Direct X-kompatible Soundkarte
    • Zusätzlich: 3-Tasten Maus und Tastatur
    • Betriebssystem: Mac OS X 10.6.8 oder besser
    • Prozessor: Intel Core Duo Prozessor (2 GHz oder besser)
    • Speicher: 2 GB RAM
    • Festplatte: 2 GB
    • Grafikkarte: ATI Radeon HD 6750 / NVIDIA GeForce 320 / NVIDIA GeForce
      9600 oder höher
    • OS: Ubuntu 12.04 LTS
    • Processor: IntelR PentiumR IV 2.4 GHz or AMD 3500+
    • Memory: 2 GB
    • Hard disk space: 2 Gb
    • Video Card: ATI Radeon HD 6750 / NVIDIA GeForce 320 / NVIDIA GeForce
      > 9600 or higher, 1024MB graphics memory required.
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