THE BEST CRUSADER KINGS MODS
Crusader Kings 3 is finally here, giving players another chance at ruling some part of the world and surviving medieval court intrigue. Many players consider mods an integral part of the experience, and the third installment in the series is no exception.
Crusader Kings 3 mods were available from day one. This meant that players didn’t have to wait until they could make drastic changes to their game or add more minor UI elements which were missing by default. This list of the top CK3 mods aims to highlight both the more significant, more ambitious mods as well as the more minor mods that are worthwhile. For our top Crusader Kings3 mods, please read on.
The Best CK3 Mods
Steam Workshop support makes it easy to install them. Players who have CK3 can subscribe to the ones that interest them.
Some mods are still in development and will get more features over time. Others are full versions that will be updated and tweaked to make them playable under new patches. Sometimes modders drop projects or take a longer time to update them.
If that happens, older versions are still available on separate beta branches. This allows you to play modded games. You can access them by right-clicking on the game from your Steam library. Select Properties and then go to Betas. Choose the version you prefer from the drop-down menu. These are the top CK3 mods.
- Princes of Darkness
- Sunset Invasion
- Primogeniture without Requirements
- More Building Slots
- Learn more about the game rules
- Pantheon of the Gods
- VIET Events – A Flavor and Immersion Event Mod
- Cities of Wonders 2
- Community Flavor Pack
- Clear Notifications
- LotR: Realms of Exile
- Regional Immersion and Cultural Enrichment
- Godrej: The Dying World
- The Dawn of the Dark Ages: The Fallen Eagle
- Tales of Ireland
- Sinews of War
- Succession expanded