Reyes crossed 3, one of the best qualified games of 2020, will leave its PC exclusivity and will reach the console on March 29. More specifically, it will arrive at PS5, Xbox Series S and Xbox Series X on this date. And according to the Paradox Interactive editor, this is more than a basic port for PC.

Reyes crossed 3 is a great strategy game that succeeded in 2020. After its launch, it obtained a 91 in Metacritic, which makes it one of the best qualified games of its year. At the end of 2020, he won many end-of-year prizes and was significantly nominated for better strategy / tactics game at The Game Awards 2020.

Crusader

Your legacy awaits you. Choose your noble house and lead your dynasty to greatness in an Popeye of the average age that includes generations, says an official launch of the game. War is just one of the many tools to establish your reign, since the real strategy requires expert diplomatic skill, domain of your kingdom and true cunning. Crusader Kings III continues the popular series created by Paradox Development Studio, which presents widely acclaimed great strategy immersion and a set of deep and dramatic medieval role.

Paradox continues, speaking specifically with the ports of the game console:

«Reyes crossed III In the console presents an adapted interface and a control scheme specifically designed for larger screens and console game pads. The new control map allows players to navigate quickly and easily by game menus through activators, bumpers and rapid movements of the analog joystick. The console edition also uses the key capabilities of Xbox Series X | S and PlayStation 5, as superfast loading times for a perfect game experience, as well as feedback from the HAPTIC controller and Adaptive Trigger. Players can switch between the game and other applications, such as YouTube, using Quick Resume, where they can consult a tutorial on how to quell a peasant revolt.

At the time of publication, it is not known if there is any intention of adding a current or future DLC of the game, but it seems that, at least, it is missing in the base version of the console.