STOCKHOLM — October 14, 2014 —
The Father of Europe leads the youngest expansion to Paradox Development Studio’s best-selling grand strategy game, Crusader Kings II
, the newest expansion to Crusader Kings II
, is available now worldwide for Windows, Mac, and Linux PCs. This major expansion adds new story events, another hundred years of gameplay and long requested game features to the widely popular grand strategy game of dynastic politics and family rivalry.Charlemagne
can be purchased from digital distributors everywhere for $14.99. New downloadable content (DLC) for Crusader Kings II
is also available today, including the Dynasty Shields: Charlemagne
collection, new portrait packs, and an e-book version of the medieval epic “Song of Roland.” Full details and purchase location can be found now at www.paradoxplaza.com/crusader-kings-ii-charlemagne"]www.paradoxplaza.com/crusader-kings-ii-charlemagne.
See the Dark Ages end and the medieval world arise in Charlemagne through a new trailer:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3C9ptrtB6L8&list=UU1JOnWZrVWKzX3UMdpnvuMg
As usual, the expansion will be accompanied by a host of free changes to the core Crusader Kings II
experience, available in a major update that can be downloaded today. This free content includes a major overhaul to the nomadic tribes of Europe – now they are even more distinct from their neighbors hiding behind castle walls.
"Charlemagne" will introduce Crusader Kings II
players to the man who became the “Father of Europe,” uniting much of the continent for the first time since the since the fall of Rome and founding the Holy Roman Empire. Including the ability to start a dynasty as far back as 769 AD, the expansion will include a series of story events surrounding the rise of Charlemagne
. The expansion also features game options to allow players to chart their own places in history – such as a new in-game “Chronicle” that highlights a dynasty’s conquests, marriages, and labors for the faith.Crusader Kings II
is currently at 75% off on most digital outlets! To learn more about Crusader Kings II
, visit www.crusaderkings.com