In the expansion “Charlemagne,” Crusader Kings 2 players will be introduced to the titular historical figure, including a series of story events that chart his rise to power. You can create your own kingdoms with custom names and banners. Additionally, the expansion also comes with a new in-game option, Chronicle, which highlights a dynasty’s conquests, marriages, and labours for the faith.
Meanwhile, Europa Universalis 4 receives the expansion “Art of War,” marking some changes to battle mechanics and a revamped Reformation system. There’s also a new set of diplomatic options, including the creation of client states to support or resist revolutions.
Both expansions will be available on Linux, Mac and Windows PC, though a release date for either has not been given.
We gave Crusader Kings 2 comes highly rated, finding it a unique strategy experience despite its learning curve. Europa Universalis 4; we were impressed at how accessible it was, even with its complex gameplay.
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