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Here's another excuse for you to support charity and get some new games, if the Humble Conquer COVID-19 Bundle wasn't enough for you. Paradox Interactive are now running their own big charity sale.

Lasting until 5PM UTC on April 3, with all the funds going to the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund. During this time some of their popular titles are heavily discounted, helping you to stay home and keep everyone around you safe. Nice to see even more developers get in on this and come together.

Some titles discounted are (all on Steam):

And more. See the full sale lineup here.

While you're here, it's also worth noting there's a GDC Relief Bundle on to support developers negatively affected by the ongoing situation with the Coronavirus. This will also be running until April 3.

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well done Paradox 👏🏼👏🏼
with Kalypso one of my favourite devs.<3
Finally picked up Surviving Mars. Still would love to see one of these big Paradox sales be all about DLC.
Dunc 2 Apr
I didn't realise I owned so many Paradox games already. Until they started releasing on Linux, I'd never even heard of them. I'm very tempted by Knights of Pen and Paper 2 for basically the price of a cup of tea, though.
Well done for Paradox, I dont care about DRM(actually I never mind about DRM(except Denuvo)) so for the whole majority that just enjoys gaming this is a good deal and you are helping which is more important than focusing on your own personal preferences.
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