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All of these can be had for less money than usual.

It doesn’t take a strategic genius to figure out that buying Paradox published titles on Steam this weekend will save you some money. The company is having a big ol’ sale, in which the vast majority of their catalogue is reduced in price.

The sale will run from today until 6 October (not sure what time exactly, so I’d get any required purchases in before that date ticks around in your timezone.)

Major Paradox strategy titles like Crusader Kings 2, Hearts of Iron III, Europa Universalis IV and Victoria 2 have substantial slices of money (75% in a lot of cases) off both the main game and their respective DLC expansions. You can also get megapacks for most of these games which bundle up the game and all the current DLC in one go.

But of course Paradox don’t just publish in-house titles involving maps of the world, they also publish games made by other people. Games like Magicka which has a similar discount on both the main game and all the DLC. The Majesty series is getting the same treatment.

Other titles in the sale include Cities in Motion 2 (and DLC,) Fatsharks’ War of the Roses and War of the Vikings, plus Warlock 2: The Exiled.

If you’ve had your eye on any of the above, now would be a cheap time to boost your Paradox collection.

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