Crusader Kings 2 out now on Linux

Thursday, 24th January 2013 04:38 GMT By Brenna Hillier

Linux, Linux, Linux; it’s the flavour of the month. Paradox Interactive is all over that shizzle, releasing a new version of Crusader Kings 2 on Steam compatible with Ubuntu and promising more games to come. As Linux users are likely to be new to the strategy title, there’s a brief introductory trailer below the break. In addition to the core game, which is $40, there’s a huge pile of DLC to choose from.



  1. Diingo

    Linux is slowly becoming the new universal OS for everyone. We should thank Gabe Newell for getting the world to board the Linux ship with him.

    I’m seriously about ready to go completely Linux while ditching Windows, I just can’t see to find any reason to stay, Windows 8 is a mess. Ubuntu is a clever distro, perhaps in time it & I shall get along nicely.

    #1 2 years ago
  2. Sini

    Thank him? He is doing this shit for steam as currently m$ can fuck him up the ass if it wants to. M$ could have done what steam did long time ago, AND integrated right into windows not as some third party app, if the cretins weren’t so focused on xbox. He didn’t give two shits about serious Linux support till win8. Something to think about.

    #2 2 years ago
  3. crushkittykitty

    for those using Amd ati hd 5xxx or above I would use the latest driver here is how to install the latest driver

    #3 2 years ago

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