Paradox Interactive launch a new developer diary for their upcoming RPG strategy game Crusader Kings II.
In this second installment, Chris King gives new insight and details about the extensive character database in the game.
If you are new to Crusader Kings, take a look at some of the features this game offers:
-Start a game in 1066 and forge 400 years of European history.
-Take on the role of a Christian noble and carry them through the ages from Count to Emperor via the line of succession.
-Gather Prestige for every successive character you play, furthering the glory of your dynasty.
-Expand your feudal domain at the expense of your rivals.
-Unravel the plots of your courtiers and vassals, each armed with their own agendas.
-Re-enact the Crusades, defend against the Mongol onslaught, and form feudal nation-states.
-Struggle with the Pope for control of the bishops.
-Relive the Middle Ages with up to 32 other players in a competitive multiplayer mode.
Crusader Kings II is set to release in early 2012 on PC.
Check out the second developer diary:
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