The first major expansion to Crusader Kings 3 was announced back in May of this year. While there was no official release date, there was Pre-orders were already possible after a short time. For this reason, those who were looking forward to an early release were unfortunately disappointed. Paradox Interactive announced in their forums that Royal Court will not appear until 2022.

Paradox Interactive has seen some lately Faced with complaints from their employees and the latest releases from the studio have not been well received by gamers either. The Leviathan DLC for Europa Universalis IV was so bad that the Paradox Director decided for the poor quality apologized. In addition, most players liked Empire of Sin – and us too – not very well.

Royal Court postponed to 2022

Asked because of the poor publications and the complaints from the staff Paradox Interactive also launched numerous unannounced projects, to focus on their established niche. The Royal Court DLC for Crusader Kings 3 (buy now 36,43 € /44,99 € ) belongs to this niche, of course, and the developers want to take enough time so that the new expansion does not join the series of failures, as they write in a post:

“There are some bugs that we really need to iron out and we need more time to make sure the expansion is up to the standards that you expect.”

Among other things, Royal Court will add a 3D throne room to the game, in which you can hold meetings with your vassals. The culture system will also be expanded a little and various language barriers will now play an important role. You can find more information about Royal Court in official extension FAQ and in our preview.

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