Crusader Kings III is a grand strategy game about politics, religion, and sex. But it’s also about putting colours on a map… mainly using those three aforementioned techniques. With the new patch out today, now you can choose which colours you’re painting the medieval world with, because it’s bringing with it a handy colour customisation tool.
The new tool allows you to pick which colours represent your culture, faith, and any titles you control, including those held by vassals. When creating a hybrid or divergent culture, Paradox explains, you’ll now be able to choose a colour – as well as a specific shade – to represent it on the map. The tool is also available when you’re establishing a new faith – you can pick a whole new colour, or just give it a slightly different hue, depending on your preference.
The colour tool also works when you’re customising a title. In the latest dev diary, Paradox says this works not only for titles you hold personally, but also for any held by your vassals as well. Along with names and adjectives, you’ll be able to pick a colour and shade for each title in your realm – so you’ll be able to make your lands look as harmonious or as loud as you’d like.