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Crusader Kings II: Rajas of India arrives on Steam

The all new DLC, Crusader Kings II: Rajas of India got released on Steam and is available for the price of $14.99. This is the sixth expansion for the highly acclaimed grand strategy Crusader Kings II, a game from the masters of the genre, Paradox Interactive.

In Crusader Kings II, you are the leader of your house in one of the most turmoil ridden times in the history of Europe, the Crusades. It is up to you to lead your house and unify the land under your firm rule. This new expansion pack to the highly popular game focuses on Eastern Persia and India, expanding the game’s content to cover Eastern nations. The expansion pack Rajas of India allows you to play as a Hindu, Jain or Buddhist and challenges you to protect Dharma from the invading foreigners and bring order to the subcontinent through your decisions as the ruler of the land.

In order to celebrate the launch of their new DLC on Steam and encourage new gamers to join in to the series, there is even a sale going on for the entire series. The base game is on sale with a discount of 75% which brings it price down to $9.99 instead of the regular $39.99. The sale even extends to Crusader Kings II Collection and Crusader Kings II DLC Collection each with a 75% discount and going for $19.99 & $12.49 respectively. The sale runs for another two days and is part of the midweek madness sale of Steam, so better whip out those credit cards and virtual shopping baskets before time runs out. The game is available for Linux, Mac & Windows.

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Source: Steam News

Partha Das

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