I just ran another test on that issue so there's more information now.
- With Traveler mod, game crashes in France between 0500-0600 on Day 2. Even if the game is saved, quit, and reloaded before that point it will still crash 9/10 times (not a play-time issue? Probably?) at around 0530. The furthest I got with repeated save-reload and praying was the same time the following day.
- This issue does not persist if all graphics settings are turned to low. Only happens if graphics are set to anything above medium. Egypt and China can be played with settings on max and the mod enabled with no problem.
- I've put the crash log in a pastebin here. Seems to be some kind of memory error, but it's calling a high address which strikes me as odd. I get no errors from the game itself, just a straight crash-to-desktop.
- Issue not present in China or Egypt. Untested in University. I can test that if you like?
- Issue not present if Traveler mod is removed entirely.
- NEW TEST from today: Issue not present if Seasons are disabled in France. Seems to be enabling Seasons that's causing it. Again, not a thing in China or Egypt. You'd think they would require MORE memory being both larger and more detailed, but here we are (I disabled seasons in Egypt anyway because snow on the pyramids is just weird, but I can leave them on with no issue)
- DeviceConfig can be found here. A note on my processor: the i5-6200U has turbo boost up to 2.8GHZ which is automatically activated. Why the game is only reading it at 2.3 (which would be below requirement) is beyond me. I don't know if it's just reading the base stat, or if my machine is not activting turboboost because it doesn't need to? Honestly I don't even know how to check that. Either way, my processor is definitely up to code. Promise.
- I'm also not sure why the Crash Log says I'm running Vista when I'm on Win10. I suspect that has nothing to do with the issue, it's just weird. I mean the DeviceConfig says Win 8 so clearly it just doesn't know what OS I'm on. Just to, y'know, clarify that I'm not running this on a machine from last century. Definitely on Windows 10.