Crusader Kings 3 gets a patch for weird-looking eyes

Crusader Kings 3 gets a patch for weird-looking eyes

There's a hotfix available now for Crusader Kings III that addresses an important issue with the medieval grand strategy game: eyeballs. More specifically, the patch makes the areas around characters' eyes look more natural and human, but there's more going on under the hood than meets, well, the eye.

Paradox says that in addition to improving the cosmetic appearance of characters' eyes, it's also reworked the DNA of various historical characters in order to address some problems the game had rendering their eyes, as well as those of their children. The result is subtle, but quite nice: characters' eyes appear much warmer now - more at home in their faces, if you will. You can see the new look on King Rurik 'Troublemaker' of Garðaríki in the image above.

Improved eyeballs and eyeball DNA aren't the only improvements in the latest Crusader Kings hotfix, however. Version also adds some missing localisation for Spanish, Korean, and Russian languages, and removes some debug text that had been appearing in the game.

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