Nearing its second anniversary, Crusader Kings II's seventh downloadable expansion, Rajas of India, soon rubs elbows with yogis and war elephants. This DLC for the armchair-strategy soap opera expands the map 50 percent, adding 300 Indian Subcontinent provinces as well as ports on the Indian Ocean and Red Sea for fleet action.
Rajas of India will be on PC in Spring 2014.
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Crusader Kings II: Rajas of India
Strategy Gets Spicy on the Subcontinent in the Latest Expansion for Crusader Kings II
STOCKHOLM — January 28, 2014 — Chanting and spices waft across Europe on an easterly wind as the all-conquering siddhas of strategy at Paradox Interactive and Paradox Development Studio today announce Crusader Kings II: Rajas of India. Setting their sights on the subcontinent, the fiery sixth expansion for the universally-acclaimed strategy/RPG Crusader Kings II gets intimate with India and its pluralistic religions; Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism. Karma has been kind!
To get a quick glimpse of the new map, watch the new teaser trailer:
Dust off your jewelled turban and defend dharma as a mighty Indian Raja, conquering in the name of Indra! Raise war elephant units and fight in the dense jungle terrain. Make Siddhartha proud as a Buddhist and advance your technology or maintain a harmonious stable realm as a Jain. Raid your neighbors as a warlike Hindu of the Kshatriya caste!
Crusader Kings II: Rajas of India introduces a wealth of new cultural and religious events that would appease even the ferocious goddess Kali, including meeting yogis and sadhus, celebrating Diwali and thinking about your reincarnation. Be careful, the Wheel of Life keeps on turning and those karmic forces can be equally cruel!
With all eyes on Hindustan, the map has been extended far to the east to encompass hundreds of new provinces in Central Asia as well as opening up the ports of The Red Sea and Indian Ocean for navigation by your fleets.
Crusader Kings II: Rajas of India will be available to download from digital portals this spring 2014. For more information, visit: http://www.crusaderkings.com