Grab Stellaris, Pillars of Eternity and Crusader Kings II in Humble’s latest bundle
Stock up on big-name strategy titles with the Humble Paradox Interactive Bundle 2018.
Life is a maelstrom of micro-management at the best of times, so it's nice to take a break occasionally with a simulated reality you can feel you have some measure of control over. This is where strategy games come in. Taking command of sprawling empires and leading virtual civilisations to prosperity serves as a satisfying antidote to the chaos of real life, granting you a sense of stability and power that the physical world rarely affords.
If there's one name in strategy games, it's Paradox Interactive. As the studio behind Europa Universalis, Crusader Kings and many other highly-acclaimed titles, Paradox knows how to craft compelling grand-scale strategy. It's good at picking up and publishing promising games from other developers, too, with the likes of Pillars of Eternity and Cities: Skylines under its belt.
Paradox's portfolio is so impressive, in fact, that Humble Bundle has dedicated an entire bundle to it. Kicking off today, the Humble Paradox Interactive Bundle 2018 collects some of the studio's best titles into one cut-price package, with everything from the quirky spell-slinging action of Magicka 2 to the universe-conquering complexity of Stellaris.
If you've never dipped your toe into a Paradox joint before, this bundle is a fantastic way to try the studio's top titles out for a pittance. Check out the full list of bundled games below along with their current pricing:
Pay more than US$1/AU$1.25
- Magicka 2
- Cities in Motion 2
- Majesty 2 Collection
Beat the Average (currently US$6.20/AU$7.25)
- Pillars of Eternity
- Crusader Kings II + Old Gods DLC
- Hearts of Iron III Collection
- Europa Universalis III Collection
Pay more than US$10/AU$12.50
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