Fantastic DLC884okeoJ | July 13, 2014 | See all 884okeoJ's reviews »
As opposed to most of Crusader Kings II's rather bland portrait packs and music bundles, the Crusader Kings II to Europa Universalis IV converter is simply splendid. It bridges the two games in a way I can't remember happening ever before. The ability to transfer a save file is great for people who want a more well-rounded experience, which this DLC gives. for anyone who owns both these games, you NEED this DLC.
An empire that lasts 1000 yearslairdjaren | July 3, 2014 | See all lairdjaren's reviews »
Yes, this dlc allows you to convert your ck2 save into eu4. That alone makes it worthwhile. But there are also a couple of other assorted goodies too. Did you revive the fortunes of Rome or reform the Old Gods? If so, the converter unlocks some exclusives like letting you rule the roman empire or command the vikings in the early modern age.
Crusader kings 2 continuationkrythorian | Sept. 10, 2013 | See all krythorian's reviews »
This DLC allows you to convert your save from crusader kings 2 into a europa universalis 4 save making it possible to continue playing the same save, hopefully when victoria 3 comes out we'll get a EU4 -> Victoria 3 converter too. Very nice of paradox to do this!
Bridge between Crusader Kings II and Europa Universalis IVmichalmichal | Aug. 22, 2013 | See all michalmichal's reviews »
The nice thing about Paradox games is how they interlock with each other. One can say that the story begins in Crusader Kings, continues with Europa Universalis, then moves on to Victoria and finally to Hearts of Iron. This DLC pack is nothing else but a converter, which will allow to take your Crusader Kings II saved games, convert them to Europa Universalis IV format and then continue the story in this game.
Many fans of Paradox games play more than one of their games, so it's very likely that you would like to see the story you started in Crusader Kings II continued. Why don't you use this title as a bridge between Crusader Kings II and Europa Universalis IV? It's nothing else than that, but it does its job well.