The Reaper’s Due DLC for Crusader Kings II is now FREE for a limited time! Get it now, and make sure you tell your friends!
If you miss this great freebie, well, next time join theTech ARP Facebook page to get these updates quickly!
The Republic expansion adds several Merchant Republic states to CK2. Each has five competing families made up of non-noble, but filthy rich, individuals. You play as the leader of one of these. Each family has 'home holdings' which cannot be taken, think of them as properties scattered all over. This home holding can be improved with many benefits. You can download and install Crusader Kings II for FREE at any time at its Steam page. The Reaper’s Due DLC for Crusader Kings II. Little remains of those settlements where the Black Death has passed through. Hasty burials make a mockery of the sacraments and set a feast for the crows. NOTICE: Requires the base game Crusader Kings II in order to play. Activation key must be used on a valid Steam account, requires internet connection.
Crusader Kings II : Now Free To Play!
Paradox Interactive announced in October 2019 that Monarch’s Journey, the base game of Crusader Kings II is Free To Play forever!
Crusader Kings II explores one of the defining periods in world history in an experience crafted by the masters of Grand Strategy. Medieval Europe is brought to life in this epic game of knights, schemes, and thrones…
- Start a game at any point between 1066 and 1337 and play until 1453
- Pick a Christian lord and make sure his dynasty survives as you play a succession of his descendants through the ages
- Gain Prestige for every successive character you play, furthering the glory of your Dynasty
- Expand your feudal domain – and keep it from falling apart
- Unravel the plots of your courtiers and vassals, each with their own opinions and agendas
- Take up the Cross and fight the Moor, the Heathen and the Heretic.
- Defend against the onslaught of the Mongol Horde
- Struggle with the Pope for control of the bishops
- Relive the Middle Ages with up to 32 other players in a competitive multiplayer mode
You can download and install Crusader Kings II for FREE at any time atits Steam page.
The Reaper’s Due DLC for Crusader Kings II
Little remains of those settlements where the Black Death has passed through. Hasty burials make a mockery of the sacraments and set a feast for the crows.
Once prosperous provinces have been laid waste, and the lord of the land hides away – secluded in his hilltop fortress, hoping the plague will pass him by.
Wiser princes took precautions, and didn’t waste the revenues from more prosperous years. But, in time, all must pay The Reaper’s Due.
The Reaper’s Due adds a host of new mechanics centered on the Black Death and other world shaping epidemics. Lock your gates to keep the plague from infecting your court, even if it means cutting yourself off from your suffering citizens.
Peace and good management will see your provinces reward you with greater wealth and manpower, but constant war and disease may depopulate your countryside.
The Reaper’s Due introduces many new systems and features to what is already the richest medieval tapestry in gaming:
The Black Death
New additions to epidemic system include this super destructive disease and a new map mode that track the expansion of deadly illnesses.
This new position for learned courtiers opens up a series of events tied to the diagnosis and treatment of diseases with medieval tech.
Slow down the spread of epidemics by investing in these outposts that care for the sick and infirm.
Prosperity and Depopulation
Watch your provinces thrive under your careful attention and degrade under the pressures of diseases run amok.
Take a page from the Masque of the Red Death and hide yourself away with your court as plagues ravage the countryside.
And even more
New physical traits, new events chains and a host of smaller changes.
Crusader Kings II + The Reaper’s Due DLC : How To Get ‘Em FREE!
The Reaper’s Due DLC is FREE to download and keep, if you get it by 10 March 2020. It also requires the Crusader Kings II base game, which is now free to play.
- First, add Crusader Kings II to your Steam account, if you have not already done so.
- Go to the The Reaper’s Due DLC Steam page.
- Scroll down to the Get Expansion – Crusader Kings II : The Reaper’s Due section.
- Click the green Add to Account button.
That’s it! The DLC is now in your Steam account, and can be installed at any time!
Don’t forget to grab The Old Gods DLC, which is still FREE!
Go Back To >Games + Gaming Software Home
Support Tech ARP!
If you like our work, you can help support our work by visiting our sponsors, participating in the Tech ARP Forums, or even donating to our fund. Any help you can render is greatly appreciated!
The development team working on the Game of Thrones themed mod for Crusader Kings II announces its plans to add the Eastern continent of Essos to the experience, allowing gamers to play as the Free Cities and the factions around Slaver's Bay.
The map for the new content has already been created, using both canonical data from the books of R.R. Martin and speculation from the fan community.
The Free Cities and the Slaver’s Bay powers will be simulated using the mechanics of The Republic expansion for Crusader Kings II, with powerful families fighting for control and for the right to establish trade outposts.
Gamers can also choose to take control of the Summer Islands and try to complete a successful invasion of Westeros.
The team states, “Now only the history setup has been partially down thus far, so there aren’t any unique mechanics done yet. However some ideas have been started to be thought out, e.g. Aegon will be able to choose to unify The Free Cities rather than Westeros.”
The Game of Thrones team also has plans to use the ruins, maybe as colonies that any faction can claim as long as it has the strength.
Developers add, “Note The Rhoyne shall be navigable upto Norvos and Qohor. Also we will almost certainly make a unique shield for ruins, so they are easily distinguishable.”
In future version of the Game of Thrones mod, Ibb, Qarth, Sothoryos and other more obscure cities will be added and the community will suggest new mechanics unique to the Eastern factions.
The Dothraki will also become a reality, threatening both the Free Cities and maybe even Westeros.
Free Crusader Kings 2
Game of Thrones will get a new version once the Old Gods expansion for Crusader Kings II is live and only then will the team focus on shaping up Essos.