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Well, this is a little different. Humble Bundle have teamed up with Paradox Interactive to allow you to build your own bundle of DLC for their games. Yes, you read that correctly.

This is not a game bundle but a DLC bundle. Thinking on it, it's actually a pretty good idea. Some Paradox games do have quite a long list of DLC, which can be a bit intimidating. For certain games, the DLC can be pretty massive too so this is a good chance if you've been wanting to build up Stellaris or BATTLETECH.

Since it's one of those special build it yourself bundles, you can add multiple in your cart and get a bigger saving at 3, 4 and 5 with up to 65% off. Some of what's included:

  • BATTLETECH Flashpoint
  • BATTLETECH Heavy Metal
  • Crusader Kings II: Dynasty Starter Pack
  • Crusader Kings II: Holy Fury Expansion
  • Crusader Kings II: Jade Dragon
  • Europa Universalis IV DLC Collection
  • Hearts of Iron IV: Man the Guns Expansion
  • Stellaris: Apocalypse
  • Stellaris: MegaCorp
  • Stellaris: Utopia
  • + loads more

Every single DLC that's going in the deal, seems to also be individually discounted so even if you only wanted 1 or 2 you're still getting a fair price by the looks of it.

Head over to the Paradox Strategy DLC Bundle here if any Paradox DLC interests you. Looks like it will last until Monday, April 27.

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Liam Dawe Apr 20, 2020
Quoting: GuestAny idea how long it will last?
Looks like Monday, April 27.
TheRiddick Apr 21, 2020
All the Stellaris DLCs and Heavy Metal on my to get sometime list, but... money too tight these days. Maybe next year.
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