Crusader Kings 3’s first paid DLC is Norse-themed Northern Lords and it is out on Tuesday • Eurogamer.web

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Developer Paradox’s excellent Medieval grand technique sport Crusader Kings Three can be getting its first chunk of paid DLC – the Norse-themed Northern Lords Flavour Pack – this Tuesday, 16th March, and it will be accompanied by a big free replace on the identical day.

As its title implies, the Northern Lords Flavour Pack is a smaller-scale providing slightly than a totally fledged Crusader Kings Three enlargement, and is designed to make the period’s northern kingdoms – and the characters inside – really feel extra distinct.

It’ll, as an example, introduce a spread of latest Viking-themed cosmetics, together with new garments and hairstyles for characters, plus new ships, models, and holding fashions for the map.

Crusader Kings 3’s Northern Lords Flavour Pack teaser trailer.

There’s additionally new music and a bunch of latest region-appropriate scripted occasions, selections, legacies, and improvements particular to these taking part in within the north.

Crusader Kings 3’s Northern Lords Flavour Pack arrives alongside a free replace for all gamers when it launches on 16th March. Paradox has already detailed its most important additions, together with winter as a brand new gameplay function, randomised poetry era, and the power to settle disputes by means of elaborate duels.

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