Crusader Kings 3 is now available in Australia, but not on Steam just yet



Last week Crusader Kings 3 was mysterious cordoned off to Australian purchasers, with both the game’s publisher Paradox Interactive and the Australian Classification Board seeming a bit confused about the situation. We still don’t know why it was initially refused classification and hence unavailable for purchase, but the good news is that it’s now been rated MA15+ and has been given the go ahead to release.

The Australian Classification Board confirmed as much with Kotaku Australia, and the game’s listing now displays an MA15+ rating. Don’t sound the victory trumpets just yet, though. While Crusader Kings 3 is already available on the Microsoft Store for AU$74.95, the Steam listing has yet to update. If you’re a stickler for keeping your games library on Steam, you’ve still got to wait (but probably not for long). 


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