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Paradox confuses players with a presumed tire

The developer behind Crusader King 3 Paradox slashed the price of its downloadable content and got really pissed off in the process. The decision affects all future flavors, but is a combination of the two previously released flavors, Northern Lords and Iberia. The company has gained notoriety over the years after being criticized for its controversial policy on downloadable content.


Paradox has been criticized for recommending that players buy already released downloadable content before the price increase takes effect. Although the company claims to keep up with the rate of inflation, the economy is reeling with remorse.

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I congratulate you on your resignation! Starting September 13th, we will be changing the prices of our Flavor Packs so that we can move forward with the idea that the pack is not full. This means that the price of these two products will go from 6.99 to 12.99, Paradox announced on the official Crusader Kings 3 forum on the official forum. This has obviously changed from the regional prices in your area to the different costs you get. This change will be reflected in a decade, so this is also more common in the future.

Paradox noted how the price difference won’t affect the price of the base game before adding that we recommend buying your copies at the initial price of six.99 before the change takes place. Of course, this left many players livid.

The original reply to this forum post was the word “LuneLune” in the first paragraph. The only question I have is why change the price retroactively? What we’d like to know for sure is that the flavor packs are meant to expand the reach, bringing a price bump to the table, but changing the price of old downloadable content that was worth the price is just pretending that you see the real world !! LuneLune2413 said.

I know games and downloadable content are very expensive and so Paradox is a company with many different people who have a unique and controversial DLC policy, explained LuneLune 2413. I’m not here to argue about it, but I’m a little it’s surprising to think that this price change doesn’t work, but it disgusts fans and can even elude people to a high-result view of the economy.


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