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Revision as of 13:08, 4 August 2016

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This article is for the PC version of Stellaris only.
Stellaris' DLC section in the launcher.

Downloadable content (DLC) is content built by Paradox Development Studio (PDS) as an extension or add-on to Stellaris. They are modular in nature,[1] which means that a player can choose to play with or without a given DLC by checking them out at the launch menu. An expansion DLC is normally accompanied by a free patch that gives players most of the new content as not to hinder the playability of the game. As such, most DLCs are seen as optional content for players who wish to have a better gaming experience in exchange for some monetary support.

Multiplayer games also benefit from this compatibility, that is to say, if the host has a gameplay DLC (expansions and flavor packs) the player does not, the game acts as if the player has it.

Base game

The base game is required for any and all DLC relating to the game. While cosmetic/music DLCs can be used with any game version, content DLCs can't be used prior to the version they were released with.

Title Release Date Quick Description Links
Stellaris 09 May 2016
  • Deep & Varied Exploration.
  • Enormous procedural galaxies, containing thousands of planets.
  • Explore Anomalies with your heroic Scientist leaders.
  • Infinitely varied races through customization and procedural generation.
  • Advanced Diplomacy system worthy of a Grand Strategy Game.
  • Ship Designer based on a vast array of technologies.
  • Stunning space visuals.
PDX / Steam

Editions

These editions include (mostly) DLC which do not impact the game in any way whatsoever. They consist of e-books, game soundtrack and some forum bonuses (along with one species portrait).

Title Release Date Quick Description Links
Nova Edition Pack 09 May 2016
  • Arachnoid Portrait Pack: Adds an Arachnoid species portrait.
  • Digital Original Soundtrack: Composed by Andreas Waldetoft, performed by Brandenburg State Orchestra with vocals by Mia Stegmar.
    Includes bonus tracks and alternate versions of in-game tracks (available in MP3 and lossless FLAC).
    • Battle For Supremacy (Bonus Track) (4:00)
    • Distant Nebula (feat. Mia Stegmar) (7:56)
    • Faster Than Light (feat. Mia Stegmar) (6:40)
    • Infinite Being (Alternative Version) (7:32)
    • To the Ends of the Galaxy (Alternative Version) (6:12)
PDX / Steam
Galaxy Edition Pack 09 May 2016
  • Digital Collector's Book: This 130-page book on Stellaris' aesthetic design includes a collection of game art unavailable anywhere else. Learn of the thoughts and research that drove these designs, the problems encountered along the way, and the ways they were finally brought to life.
  • Stellaris: Infinite Frontiers: Written by Steven Savile; An original novel based on the science-fiction setting of Paradox's Stellaris.
    • When the Commonwealth of Man receives proof that they are not alone in the universe, humanity is divided: should our species seek salvation in potential friends among the stars, or prepare for an inevitable war? What discoveries await the colony ship as they journey into the unknown to find the source of a mysterious alien signal?
  • Nova Edition Pack: Also includes Arachnoid portrait pack and Digital OST.

PDX / Steam

Additional packs

Cosmetic packs add graphical enhancements to the game.

Title Release Date Quick Description Links
Pre-Order Pack 09 May 2016
  • Creatures of the Void: Adds 5 additional alien portraits: Hydra/Xenomorph, Evil Porcupine, Dinosaur Bird, Shadowy Arthropoid and Fungoid Infected Mammalian.
  • Also includes Stellaris themed ringtones.
  • Sign-up Campaign
  • (A free DLC[2])
09 May 2016
  • Project Augustus: Adds a Platypus species portrait and Paradox empire symbol.
  • Symbols of Domination: Adds empire symbols.
Plantoids Species Pack 04 August 2016 Announced on 12 July 2016[3].
  • Adds a new species phenotype with 15 new portraits, an original cityscape backdrop and new ship models.

Other packs

These other packs do not impact the game in any way whatsoever.

Title Release Date Quick Description Links
Digital Original Soundtrack 12 July 2016 The Stellaris soundtrack delivers two and a half hours of original music, including bonus tracks and alternate versions not included in the game. Composed by Andreas Waldetoft with appearances by the Brandenburg State Orchestra and Mia Stegmar, listeners will hear themes meant to evoke discovery and far-reaching exploration through the vast expanse of space through the fusion of orchestral and electronic music. MP3 and lossless FLAC are included. Nova and Galaxy Editions bonus. PDX / Steam
Stellaris: Infinite Frontiers E-book 12 July 2016 Written by Steven Savile: An original novel based on the science-fiction setting of Paradox's Stellaris.
  • When the Commonwealth of Man receives proof that they are not alone in the universe, humanity is divided: should our species seek salvation in potential friends among the stars, or prepare for an inevitable war? What discoveries await the colony ship as they journey into the unknown to find the source of a mysterious alien signal? Galaxy Edition bonus.
PDX / Steam

References