- Oct 27, 2017
That might be the coolest easter egg of all time?
Black Friday sale on DLCs btw.
It was 3-1 the dislike to like ratio earlier, not surprised people aren’t happy. It looks like paradox barely did any research into Iberia and they’ve taken virtually no community feedback on numerous issues.
Patch notes mentioned an updated tutorial for Megacorp and the accompanying patch. This patch is an overhaul on a lot of base game mechanics so it'd be like jumping into the game for the first time anyway. If you haven't played many PDox GSGs before though, it will be data overload.
I think you’ll be fine. The people who are really in for a weird time are those folks who play the game enough to know it well but somehow haven’t been following any of this. That’s gonna be a weird game to log into all of a sudden.
The ones I've seen are not anything major or gamebreaking, but it really grates on the experience. e.g. One of the first things I did was encounter the shift + c bug--when in empire creation, it opens up some sort of console... so typing up an elaborate history for your empire? Forget it.
Maybe they can give more provinces to Portugal than fucking Ireland.So Paradox are due to release Golden Century next week, the expansion has been getting a lot of negative feedback so far, almost entirely from this expansion not adding enough for the Iberian nations (Portugal in particular).
So Paradox have announced that after next Golden Century patch launches they are also releasing a quick patch that is going to make free the transfer war province ability and the development buttons (these were previously locked to Art of War and Common Sense respectively). They’ve announced a couple other things to, you’ll now be able to raid if you only buy Golden Century and there’s another one they added too.
In short, they’ve finally taken some consumer feedback on the game, they’ve not fixed Golden Century but this is the right step.
The best buff to Spain was cheaper core in the Maghreb. I will leave it like that. Well actually the cannon stuff might be op but I still dont get where the fuck that came from in Spain. Spain was a major infantry and tactical innovator, not that much into non-siege artillery.