Hey Game Lovers! Last time I mentioned the expansion details of Civilization VI rise and fall video game. Now, I’m back with expansion related detailed information on the strategy-based game— Crusader Games 2.
In the latest update, you can purchase 5 expansions at a very low price. Yeah! You read it right. So, now, it will be easier for you to buy an expansion at affordable rates. Curious, Right? Want to know more? Well, then let’s proceed:
Everything New About the Crusader Kings 2 expansion
When I found out about the pricing of Crusader King 2, I was stunned. I couldn’t believe how a video gaming company can keep the pricing so less. Can you guess the pricing of Crusader 2 latest expansion? I will give you a hint— You can’t imagine it. Now, enough with the talks now is the time for me to reveal the pricing.
The Expansion of Crusader Kings 2 will cost you merely $1. Yeah! You read it right. An unbelievable number of expansions at just $1. I know you might be thinking, “I will get a waste upgrade in the expansion.” However, you’re totally wrong. In fact, in just 1 USD, you will get
- Old Gods- Get old gods along with its Vikings & new religions.
- The Republic will be focused on merchant republics.
- Sunset Invasion- This invasion is an alternate history where Aztecs have invaded the countries of Europe.
- Legacy of Rome- This expansion tells the story of remnants of the Roman Empire.
- Sword of Islam- Play with Muslim rulers in this expansion.
Five More Expansions
- Want to get some more expansions? I know it’s a bit greedy thing to say but who can say no to any feature if it is available at a low price. So, pay $11.21 more & get 5 more Crusader Kings 2 expansions. There are the 5 expansions:
- Horse Lords- Expansion about clip-clopping lads of Eurasia.
- Way of Life- Make the game a bit more personal for yourself by shaping, developing & expressing your characters.
- Rajas Of India- Finally, raja’s of India has reached into the east direction along with some new rulers. In addition to this, Sons of Abraham will become a bit more religious.
Another Five Expansions
“Greed never ends”, this quote is true for every gamer who can’t stop himself from buying any expansion in low price. There is a way you can get 5 more expansions. For this, all you have to is pay $15. In these 5 expansions, you will get:
- Conclave with fussy councils.
- Reaper for bringing Pox & Plague.
- Addition of china by Jade Dragon.
- Monks and Mystics have become weirdo-beardos.
- Thee twin passions of religion and war will be combined by none other than Holy Fury.
Crusader kIngs 2 Review
Crusader Kings II is a grand strategy game from Paradox Interactive. The “grand” part of that label is well-deserved; like its labelmates Europa Universalis and Hearts of Iron, CKII is a game whose complexity is matched only by the number of buttons and menus it’s packing to accommodate it.
Starting in the 8th century, players are asked to look across the medieval world and select a single ruler, from the mightiest Emperor to the lowliest local official. You’re then in charge of that person’s affairs (and by extension those of their lands) until the day they die. And when they do, provided you’ve managed to secure a successor, you start playing as them, and so on and so on until you run out of heirs or the 15th century draws to a close.
At face value, CKII is a traditional strategy game. It’s asking you to do what every other strategy game does: play cerebral whack-a-mole, balancing a number of variables and threats in whatever way seems most prudent to you, the ruler. There’s an economy, and fighting, and diplomacy, and everything else you’d expect.
Only what you expect and what you get with this game are two very different things. CKII doesn’t ask you to worry about how much timber you’ve got in a warehouse, or how many catapults you’ve built. This isn’t a game where you have to care about juggling complex trade routes, or build individual infantrymen.
This extends all the way through to national diplomacy. For example, there’s no abstract value weighing how much England likes France. That’s reliant on the personal opinions of each King/Queen, and is influenced by everything from where they were born to who’s on their council to who they’re married to. They may be best friends in 1150, but a few dead Kings later and they’ll be at each other’s throats. So CKII isn’t an economic or military strategy game (though those elements do feature), it’s essentially a political simulator. And a very good one at that.
That’s all for now folks! These are the expansions that are officially announced by Paradox Development Studios at the low price of $1. As the post has reached its conclusion, I will ask you to mention how many expansions you have purchased in the comments section given below. Besides, if you have any questions related to Crusader Kings 2 expansion then you can always ask me via the comments section given below.