Crusader Kings II: Sword of Islam, African Unit Pack and Songs of the Caliph DLC is Now Available

For the glory of Allah and all that.

Paradox Interactive has now released Sword of Islam, the first expansion for Crusader Kings II. Also the African Unit Pack and Songs of the Caliph DLC’s are now available on Steam.

Sword of Islam DLC (£7.99) adds playable Muslim rulers to the Crusader King II and more than 20 new features to the game including new counties, titles, Polygamy, and the Muslim Dynasty Decadence System.

Songs of the Caliph DLC (£1.59) adds two new songs for use in the Sword of Islam expansion while the African Unit Pack DLC (£1.59) adds new graphics for the units of the African states south of the Sahara.

From “Thought keeping an eye on one wife was bad? With the release of the Crusader Kings II: Sword of Islam expansion, this scheming strategy RPG will allow players to command Muslim nations, opening up a world of polygamous problems, new laws, traits, titles and over 100 new events, as well as a flavorful Islam-inspired interface. Experience the Crusades from the other side. Combat decadence within your own dynasty. And solve problems arising in your very own harem. Or just start panicking and invade France. Your call.

Crusader Kings II: Sword of Islam enables players to play as any Muslim ruler across the great dynasties including the Ottoman and Mamluk empires. These brand new gameplay mechanics reflect the distinctive traits of the great rulers and empires of the time, creating an entirely new experience for players and introducing another layer of richness to one of the finest strategy games of recent years.”

I only played the demo of Crusader Kings II but It was a lot of fun. I am going to wait a bit longer for it to be on sale and for them, to release more DLC for the game so when I play it I will get the full Crusader Kings II experience.

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