Paradox Interactive has halted the development of a number of unannounced games and has decided to focus its resources on proven games that the company deems more secure for its future.
The publisher makes these decisions in a press. announced in a press release. Paradox stated that they are working on 15 new games, including Victoria 3, Vampire: the Masquerade – Bloodlines 2, Crusader Kings 3 for consoles and Shadowrun >Trilogy, and that they are working on many new DLCs.
Paradox CEO Fredrik Wester said the company is focusing more on the company’s reputation for strategy games and their longer playability after their debut.
“Paradox Interactive was born and grew with a focus on strategy and management games. We are passionate about developing games that gamers can enjoy with our hearts and minds and for long periods of time. That’s why we’ve focused our focus on making our highest-potential projects the best resources,” Wester said in the press release. “We have a promising game production roster and I look forward to sharing these games with our players in the years to come.”
Paradox released two games in 2020: Empire of Sin and Crusader Kings III. Crusader Kings III has gained significant market acceptance and Ranked the 11th game with the best review rating in Metacritic’s 2020 games list. In the aforementioned press release, Paradox also mentioned the Royal Court DLC that will be released for Crusader Kings III and said that this DLC is under development.
Paradox also released Surviving the Aftermath for the first time in October 2020, but the game is still in early access as of today.
Differences of opinion on in-house creative processes caused this change of direction and as a result Ebba Ljungerud resigned as Paradox CEO in September it could be.
As MRT, we gave the game 10 out of 10 in the Crusader Kings III review and said “Long live the new king of historical strategy”. Crusader Kings III has been announced for Xbox Series X/S and PS5, but there is no release date yet.
Petey Oneto is a freelance writer at MRT.
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