Earlier this month, Firefly Studios released Stronghold 2: Steam Edition, a remaster of 2005’s Stronghold 2, on Steam.
An update for the original game, Stronghold 2: Steam Edition most notably restores the game’s multiplayer, which had been absent since GameSpy shuttered, taking said multiplayer support with it. But now it’s back, alongside a host of other updates, including: improved visuals, six new maps, Steam Workshop integration, a digital art book and soundtrack, and achievements.
If you already own Stronghold 2 on Steam, then you don’t have to worry about a thing, as the update will be dished out to you on-the-house. However, if you don’t own the castle-building and siegecraft strategy game on Valve’s platform, then you can pick-up the aforementioned Steam edition for $14.99 USD (price calculated before the ongoing 15% discount). Or you can get it for free. Yes, free.
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