Crusader Kings II Summary
In Crusader Kings II you must forge a dynasty and lead it to glory. How far will you get?
Another DLC is on the way for Crusader Kings 2, making the full count something like 348,000 if I'm recalling correctly. This one's called Way of Life, and adds more content for customising your ruler's personal life and relationships.
Such as having your secret lovers executed, for example. Life was cruel back in the middle ages.also announced that the traditional accompanying free patch will go into open Beta.
Crusader Kings 2 gets even bigger with new expansion Charlemagne's additional hundred years of history”
Crusader Kings 2 covers an extra hundred years of blood-soaked, heretic-slaying, relative-murdering history with the launch of seventh expansion Charlemagne, available now.
Developer Paradox has also releasedto coincide with the DLC, which updates the main version of the game to make it compatible with the new expansion, and adds new nomadic tribal holdings.
Charlemagne, the for grand strategy game Crusader Kings 2, will drop on October 14. Four new pieces of supplementary DLC will arrive at the same time.
Charlemagne adds one hundred years of history to the timeline, and features several story events tied in to the rise of the legendary King of the Franks.
Paradox Interactive is having a Steam sale this weekend, with a different game from the studio on offer every day from now until Sunday October 5, and several compilation packs on offer from strategy to sci-fi and horror.
The first title Crusader Kings 2, which is on sale at 70% off along with its 43 (!) different content packs. If for some mad reason you need convincing to pick up CK2, you can play it for free this weekend.is the excellent
Paradox Interactive wants to thank "every one of those million" grand strategists / medieval wedding planners out there that have pushed Crusader Kings II to a million sales since its 2012 launch.
Crusader Kings II is a "shining example" for Paradox for the games they like to make, and who for. The seventh expansion - Charlemagne - turns back the clock to 769 A.D.