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Downloadable content

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This article is for the PC version of Stellaris only.

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.

Cosmetic packs

Cosmetic packs add graphical enhancements to the game, whether by additional unit models, landmarks or portraits (renders of the cosmetic packs can be viewed from the Links column or in the General DLC renders thread[2]).

Title Release Date Quick Description Links
Creatures of the Void TBA Announced on 14 Apr 2016.[3]
  • Adds 5 additional alien avatars: Hydra/Xenomorph, Evil Porcupine, Dinosaur Bird, Shadowy Anthropoid and Fungoid Infected Mammalian.
PDX / Steam

E-books

E-books are books written based on Europa Universalis IV expansions. These, however, do not impact the actual game in any way whatsoever.

Title Release Date Quick Description Links
Digital Collector's Book 09 May 2016
  • Join the creative team behind Stellaris to learn how the game's aesthetic was designed and realized for Paradox's most visually unique game to date. From concept art all the way through full illustrations and 3D renderings, this exclusive 130-page book includes a collection of game art unavailable anywhere else -- along with insight into the thoughts and research that drove these designs, the problems the team faced along the way, and the ways they finally brought these visuals to life.
PDX / Steam
Stellaris: Infinite Frontiers 09 May 2016 Written by Steven Savile: An original novel by the best-selling author 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?
PDX / Steam

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