Crusader Kings 3: Royal Court releases in February

Crusader Kings 3: Royal Court will be released on February 8th, Paradox Interactive has confirmed. To mark this announcement the publisher has released a brand new video which delves into each of the features that will be added through Crusader Kings 3: Royal Court. The video partilcularly looks at the Throne Room which will be a visual representation of your character and the courtiers all milling around. In addition, the video also looks at the emergent cultures feature that is being added where the culture changes as different groups meet and mingle with each other.

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The features of Crusader Kings 3: Royal Court are summarised as follows:

  • Throne Room: A visual representation of your royal court will reflect all the accumulated majesty and prestige of your dynasty.
  • Hold Court: Interact with vassals and courtiers as they come to you with their problems, seeking a royal judgment.
  • Grandeur: Increase the quality of life at your court with fancier trappings and better food, all the better to impress your rivals and attract higher quality guests.
  • Inspired People: Talented artists, craftspeople and thinkers can work on new projects, adding treasures and artifacts to your court.
  • Hybrid Cultures: Make the most of a multicultural realm, developing a new way of life that is specifically adapted to your population and geography.
  • Cultural Divergence: split from your traditional culture, adapting it into something new that better fits your aspirations.

In our preview article Crusader Kings 3: Royal Court will bring grandeur and culture to your seat of power, Stefan wrote: “New roles and positions will be coming to the court, from selecting someone to be a Royal Champion or Court Tutor, to having a Food Taster make sure you aren’t poisoned (certainly someone to keep happy) and a Court Jester. The Tutor plays into the new ability to learn languages, a new scheme to pull of that, if you’re successful, can halve the foreigner penalty for occupying foreign lands. Of course, you can imagine the kinds of language-learning pranks that can crop up, not to mention the shenanigans that your Jester could pull, getting you into a spot of bother if they act up at a great feast you’re hosting… It’s an intriguing one with both the glitzy new royal court to amplify your role-playing elements of the game alongside the underlying cultural shift simulation.”

Source: Press Release

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