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    A Question about SOI

    I bought CK2 on Gamersgate. If I buy SOI on steam, then will that be compatible with my GG CK2?

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    You cant buy SOI on steam with out having the base game on steam and they are not compatible
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    I see, thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by armonistan View Post
    I bought CK2 on Gamersgate. If I buy SOI on steam, then will that be compatible with my GG CK2?
    As it clearly states on Steam's page for SoI:
    Requires the base game Crusader Kings II on Steam in order to play.
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