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Crusader Kings 2 gets monthly subscription offering all-access to its mountain of DLC

Crusader Kings 2, Paradox’s mammoth grand strategy game, is a beast, totalling more than 13 major expansions and other assorted DLC after six years in development. The complete experience is also prohibitively expensive too, weighing in at over £200, and that’s an issue Paradox is hoping to solve with the launch of its new monthly subscription service.

Despite having been superseded by last year’s stellar Crusader Kings 3, there’s still plenty of demand for Crusader Kings 2, in no small part thanks to its staggering bounty of rich, post-launch DLC. It’s an intimidating proposition, though, and Paradox made initial attempts to ease entry into Crusader Kings 2’s world of medieval sword swinging and subterfuge back in 2019 by making the base game free-to-play.

Following that first step, and a few limited experiments with subscriptions in Europa Universalis 4, the developer is now ready to go all in, and, as of today, is offering punters the opportunity to access the full Crusader Kings 2 catalogue – including 13 majors expansions, 12 unit packs, 14 music packs, 10 portrait packs, and more – for £3.99/$4.99 USD a month.

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Crusader Kings 2, Paradox’s mammoth grand strategy game, is a beast, totalling more than 13 major expansions and other assorted DLC after six years in development. The complete experience is also prohibitively expensive too, weighing in at over £200, and that’s an issue Paradox is hoping to solve with the launch of its new monthly subscription service.

Despite having been superseded by last year’s stellar Crusader Kings 3, there’s still plenty of demand for Crusader Kings 2, in no small part thanks to its staggering bounty of rich, post-launch DLC. It’s an intimidating proposition, though, and Paradox made initial attempts to ease entry into Crusader Kings 2’s world of medieval sword swinging and subterfuge back in 2019 by making the base game free-to-play.

Following that first step, and a few limited experiments with subscriptions in Europa Universalis 4, the developer is now ready to go all in, and, as of today, is offering punters the opportunity to access the full Crusader Kings 2 catalogue – including 13 majors expansions, 12 unit packs, 14 music packs, 10 portrait packs, and more – for £3.99/$4.99 USD a month.

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