Don't listen to all these idots saying it doesnt work. It works exactly as advertised and is well worth the money. What these morons writing these reviews dont seem to comprehend is that EUIV and CK2 have diffrent dev teams. Meaning when EU4 is updated the folks down at the CK2 department need to update the converter to make it work with the newest version.
Now that can take some time. Depending on how big of an update EU4 had. Most of these reviews were written when the biggest update EU4 ever had came out. Version 1.9 for Art of war was an enourmous change to EU4 and added hundreds of new provinces. Mean that the folks at CK2 had to code all that in to the converter for it to work properly which isnt a fast and easy thing to do.
Another thing is the converter converts your save game into the form of a mod for EU4. Which requires a line of code in the corisponding .MOD file that will look something like this- supported_version= "1.10" So what does this mean? It means you'll only be able to play the mod if you're running a version of EU4 that begins with 1.1. MEANING that if a new update for EU4 comes out lets say version 1.2 you wont be able to load up your converted save. Which is why we have all these idiots saying it doesnt work in the reviews. All you have to do is open up the .MOD file with notepad or something and change the line supported_version= "1.10" to supported_version= "1.2" or what ever version of EU4 you're trying to get it to work on.
Or you could just wait for CK2 to update the converter so it converts with the latest version of EU4 already set. Which doesn't take long. When El dorado came out with the new patch it didnt take very long at all for the CK2 to update the converter. Only like a couple days really. And when an EU4 hotfix came out they literally updated the converter to work on the very same day. The only time it would ever take the CK2 team a while to update the converter so it works is if an update for eu4 comes out adding new provinces which it extreamly rare. So in conclusion does the Crusader Kings II: Europa Universalis IV Converter work?
Yes. Is it worth the 10$?
Yes.Why are there so many negative reviews for this?
Because people are idiots who dont understand how things work. If you look closley you will see that nearly all of them are posted from november 2014 to december 2014. This is during the time the CK2 team was working on an update for it. It took them so long because EU4 version 1.9 had came out which added a ton of new content. I'm talking a huge amount.