Crusader Kings 2: The Old Gods will be the fourth expansion in the series for Paradox's critically acclaimed dynasty-builder, and today the legends of beardy strategy unveiled the first dev diary (there'll be three in total) for the new add-on.
Check out the video above as project lead Henrik Fåhraeus explains how pulling the start date back two centuries has affected the game's dynamics. Crusader Kings II: The Old Gods will feature all of the key pagan nations and religions of the period including the Norse, Baltic and Slavic pagans as well as the Mongols.
It releases on May 28th.
Running a country and becoming a king is rife with potential pitfalls... and over-extending your ambition is chief amongst them. You'll be able to commit all of the seven deadly sins during a game of Crusader Kings II, Paradox Interactive's upcoming grand strategy sequel, and the new "greed" trailer takes a tongue-in-cheek look at the consequences of grasping beyond your reach. Crusader Kings II is shaping up to be an sensationally deep strategy experience that balances force, diplomacy and bloodlines, and you can mug up on our hands-on preview ahead of its February 7th launch.
Just in case you missed them, we've also bundled the Lust, Envy and Wrath trailers after the break.Click here to read more...