Humble Bundle Paradox Bundle: Where the best deals are

Jack Baker 25 January 2018 NEWS


While lacking a few popular titles, this Paradox Interactive bundle still includes some of the developer's best games.

The latest gaming bundle from Humble Bundle features two of the most-played games on Steam as of writing. The Humble Paradox Interactive Bundle features 8 games made or published by the Swedish game development and publishing team at Paradox.


The first tier includes none of Paradox Development Studio's own titles, but has the best percentage saving out of all three tiers. The bundle includes Cities in Motion 2, developed by the same studio that made Cities: Skylines, Magicka 2 and the Majesty 2 collection. The value of the bundle comes to US$54.97/AUD$68.06, saving US$53.97 or 98.18% off the regular store price on Steam.


The second tier contains some of Paradox's best-known titles, including Crusader Kings II, the 86th-most-played (concurrent) Steam game at the time of writing. On top of this, the tier also includes The Old Gods DLC for Crusader Kings II, Obsidian Entertainment's popular RPG Pillars of Eternity, Hearts of Iron III Collection and the Europa Universalis III Complete edition. These titles are worth a combined US$224.92/AUD$278.60, saving US$217.71 or 96.79% off the regular Steam store price.

Note: At the time of writing, the average price for the second tier was US$7.19.


The third tier offers only one extra title, which is Paradox Development Studio's second-most-recent release Stellaris. Following the tradition of PDX titles, Stellaris is a grand strategy title, but this time, instead of being set on earth like Crusader Kings, Europa Universalis and Hearts of Iron, it's set in outer space. The tier's value is US$264.91/AUD$327.68, saving US$252.91 or 95.47% off the regular price from the Steam store.

Crusader Kings II, which was initially released in early 2012, only recently had a new DLC pack come out, 5 years after release.

Personally, Paradox Interactive's titles are some of my favourite games, and three of their titles, Europa Universalis IV (PDX), Hearts of Iron IV (PDX) and Cities: Skylines (Colossal Order), are in the top ten of my most played games.

Below, you can find a complete list of games included in each tier, their developer, publisher and usual Steam price as well as savings data. Remember, Tier Two includes all Tier One games, and Tier Three includes all Tier One and Tier Two games. If you'd like to pick up this bundle, make sure you get it before it expires. This bundle ends at 6am AEDT on 7 February 2018.

Tier One: US$1 or more

Game Developer Publisher Usual Price (Steam)
Cities in Motion 2 Colossal Order Paradox Interactive US$19.99
Magicka 2 Pieces Interactive Paradox Interactive US$14.99
Majesty 2 Collection 1C:InoCo Paradox Interactive US$19.99

Tier Two: Beat the average (US$7.21 at time of writing)

Crusader Kings II Paradox Development Studio Paradox Interactive US$39.99
Crusader Kings II The Old Gods (DLC) Paradox Development Studio Paradox Interactive US$14.99
Pillars of Eternity Obsidian Entertainment Paradox Interactive US$29.99
Hearts of Iron III Collection Paradox Development Studio Paradox Interactive US$44.99
Europa Universalis III Complete Paradox Development Studio Paradox Interactive US$39.99

Tier Three: US$12 or more

Stellaris Paradox Development Studio Paradox Interactive US$39.99

Note: All savings data was calculated using combined totals for each tier at the regular retail pricing on Steam. Pricing data is accurate as of 25 January 2018.

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