Weekend PC Download Deals for April 6: Free Crusader Kings 2 on Steam

If you missed this 2012 strategy game from Paradox Interactive, it's available right now for free from Steam.

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Most of the online retailers are recovering from a busy Easter weekend full of deals. There isn't anything that particularly stands out this weekend, but there is noteworthy freebie going out until Saturday.

Anyone who missed out on Crusader Kings II now has a chance to check out what made this 2012 strategy game such a cult hit. This is more than a typical Steam free weekend. This is the full game to keep forever. Anyone who opts to pick up Crusader Kings II can enjoy the game as-is or pick up any of the DLC packs, which are currently on sale across Steam.

Crusader Kings II

Here's our selection of this weekend's PC deals:

Amazon

Direct2Drive

Fanatical

Pay $4.99 for F.E.A.R. (w/all DLC), F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin, F.E.A.R. 2: Reborn DLC, and F.E.A.R. 3. These activate on Steam.

Or pay $13.59 for Batman: Arkham Knight and all of its DLC. These activate on Steam.

GamersGate

GOG.com

Green Man Gaming

Use the code APRIL20 to save an additional 20% off of your purchase. This code cannot be used on Far Cry 5. Other restrictions apply.

Humble Bundle

Subscribe to Humble Monthly for $12 and receive Dead Rising 4, Kerbal Space Program, and Ruiner, with more games added every month. These activate on Steam.

Pay what you want for Halcyon 6: Lightspeed Edition, Mini Metro, and Rakuen. Pay more than the average $6.27 for Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes, SOMA, Poly Bridge, Action Henk, and JYDGE. Pay $14 or more to also receive SuperHot. These activate on Steam.

Origin

  • Dead In Bermuda - Free!

UPlay Shop

  • The UPlay Shop is recovering from the recent Spring Sale. Come back next week for more deals.

Steam

As well as regular discounts, Steam has a couple of additional weekend deals.

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