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The Humble Crusader Kings 2 Bundle is now live

Get the game and up to 15 pieces of DLC

The Humble Crusader Kings 2 Bundle is now live

The Humble Crusader Kings 2 Bundle is now live

Humble has officially released their Humble Crusader Kings 2 Bundle, which partners with Paradox Interactive to give PC gamers access to the Steam version of Crusader Kings II and up to 15 pieces of DLC at bargain prices. 

For $1, PC gamers can gain access to Crusader Kings II, and five pieces of DLC content for the title, and at the highest bungle tier, which costs $15, the game will come with 15 pieces of DLC. Not bad, especially when the base game currently sells for £29.99 on Steam, and the game's Holy Fury DLC (which is part of this bundle) is available for £15.49 on its own. 

By default, 65% of all proceeds to this bundle will go to Paradox Interactive, while 20% goes to HUmble. The remaining 15% will go to a user-specified charity, with Covenant House being Hunble's default charity.  Purchasers of this bundle can change this percentage breakdown in any way they see fit, so much so that they have the option to give all of this bundle's proceeds to charity. 

Pay $1

- Crusader Kings II - Base Game
- Crusader Kings II: The Old Gods DLC
- Crusader Kings II: The Republic
- Crusader Kings II: Sunset Invasion
- Crusader Kings II: Legacy of Rome
- Crusader Kings II: Sword of Islam

Pay more than average (currently $7.10)

- Crusader Kings II: Horse Lords
- Crusader Kings II: Way of Life
- Crusader Kings II: Charlemagne
- Crusader Kings II: Rajas of India
- Crusader Kings II: Sons of Abraham

Pay $15

- Crusader Kings II: Holy Fury
- Crusader Kings II: The Reaper's Due
- Crusader Kings II: Jade Dragon
- Crusader Kings II: Monks and Mystics
- Crusader Kings II: Conclave

  

The Humble Crusader Kings 2 Bundle is now live  

The Humble Crusader Kings II Bundle is currently available to purchase on the Humble Store

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30-07-2019, 14:48:18

NeverBackDown
15 DLC out of like 200+ DLC Quote

30-07-2019, 16:09:08

Kourgath223
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
15 DLC out of like 200+ DLC
True but these are the bigger content DLCs, the ones that actually matter. Most of the other ones are just portrait, unit, or song packs.Quote

30-07-2019, 17:11:47

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by Kourgath223 View Post
True but these are the bigger content DLCs, the ones that actually matter. Most of the other ones are just portrait, unit, or song packs.
I was just making a joke, I have nothing against that DLC policy as they do giveaway a ton of free content from what I hear. Quote

30-07-2019, 18:22:09

Kourgath223
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
I was just making a joke, I have nothing against that DLC policy as they do giveaway a ton of free content from what I hear.
I know you were. It really is a good DLC policy, especially if you plan to play the games multiplayer since only the host needs to own all the DLC for everyone else in [that] multiplayer game to be able to play with the DLCs.Quote
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