Crusader Kings III is gone to PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and Xbox One, in light of a listing on the Taiwan Digital Game Rating Committee website. First spotted by Gematsu, the rating listing has since been brought down.
Crusader Kings III is the sequel of the second game that was released in 2012. This would likewise be the first time a game in the franchise would make it onto consoles, as the first Crusader Kings in 2004 and 2012’s Crusader Kings II were never ported to any.
The game has had a few updates since its release, including a big patch that allows you to make your own ruler, as well as a DLC pack called Northern Lords Flavor that upgrades the game with Norse-themed adventurer realms, character art, music, and 3D models.
Its first development, the Royal Court, was declared back in May. In it, you’ll have the option to hear out petitioners and make decisions that will become law. There has been no release date for the Royal Court development yet.
In GameSpot’s Crusader Kings III review, David Wildgoose said, “Reflecting on my time with Crusader Kings 3, I’m struck by the breadth of experiences it offers. My journey took in such a range of emotions that trying to pin down a particular perspective seems futile.”
Crusader Kings III is accessible on PC, by means of Steam, the Microsoft Store, Paradox Store, and Xbox Game Pass for PC. It’s unclear if the game will likewise hit the console version of Game Pass when it’s released on Xbox.