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Get Stellaris and a bunch of DLC in the latest Humble Bundle

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Love your strategy games with a bit of spicy space flavouring? Stellaris from Paradox Development Studios and Paradox Interactive has a whole bundle dedicated to it.

The Humble Stellaris Discovery Game Bundle just launched and will be live through Wednesday, March 24 and it's a really good chance to build up your collection. Here's what you will get.

For $1 / £0.79 you get: Stellaris.

If you pay more than the average you get:

  • Stellaris: Utopia
  • Stellaris: Plantoids Species Pack
  • Stellaris: Leviathans

Pay £10.60 or more for:

  • Stellaris: Synthetic Dawn
  • Stellaris: Apocalypse
  • Stellaris: MegaCorp
  • Stellaris: Ancient Relics Story Pack

Overall, it's a really nice deal. Stellaris by itself at that price really is an absolute steal, there's plenty to enjoy about it without a single DLC but all of those together do make a pretty package.

An ideal time too with the upcoming Stellaris: Nemesis expansion.

Check out the bundle here if interested.

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eldaking 10 Mar
Damn, our currency has tanked so much that the highest level is just above the normal price of the stuff when on sale and the average level is way pricier than buying on sale.
eldaking 10 Mar
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Quoting: eldakingDamn, our currency has tanked so much that the highest level is just above the normal price of the stuff when on sale and the average level is way pricier than buying on sale.

Oh ! Where do you live ?

Brazil - even with "normal" exchange rates Humble Bundle always needed some math if you didn't want every single game. But now it's just "don't ever buy anything that is imported or paid for in dollars".
pete910 10 Mar
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Already have them all
dvd 11 Mar
Thanks for bringing attention to tis. This bundle is quite good opportunity to get most of the DLCs, at a good discount too.
TheSHEEEP 11 Mar
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Quoting: dvdThanks for bringing attention to tis. This bundle is quite good opportunity to get most of the DLCs, at a good discount too.
Exactly.
Paradox DLCs are generally too pricey IMO, so such discounts are very welcome.
toivop 11 Mar
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I've bought them, but I'm wondering if the DLC sale means they are about to release Solaris 2, they did the same sort of thing with Crusader Kings
I went ahead and bought the base game, but it doesn't launch - apparently the launcher is broken on many Linux distros. I was able to launch the game executable directly though. Is there any trick to disable the launcher in Steam?
pete910 11 Mar
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Quoting: Stupendous ManI went ahead and bought the base game, but it doesn't launch - apparently the launcher is broken on many Linux distros. I was able to launch the game executable directly though. Is there any trick to disable the launcher in Steam?

I had that when I did a fresh install last month. I can't remember what the hell I did to fix it though.

It's the first issue I've ever had with stellaris tbh.
eldaking 12 Mar
Quoting: toivopI've bought them, but I'm wondering if the DLC sale means they are about to release Solaris 2, they did the same sort of thing with Crusader Kings

Nope. They are releasing a new expansion soon, there is a Stellaris boardgame that entered kickstarter just today, and the game is generally strong. CK3 was released after CK2 was 8 years old - Stellaris is only half that age and doesn't seem to be slowing down.

CK2 had at least two bundles for itself, besides Paradox bundles with many games (I first got the game in a bundle and then got more DLC in another bundle), then it was free (to keep) for a few days, had a last big expansion than changed to free updates only, before eventually going free to play as the new game released. I don't think just being in a bundle is a sign of the end.
Swanny 19 Mar
Just got round to running this. The Stellarium launcher fails to run if you've mounted /tmp noexec for security;

https://steamcommunity.com/app/281990/discussions/0/2281582783360094663/
https://forum.paradoxplaza.com/forum/threads/stellaris-launcher-for-stellaris-2-4-doesnt-launch-when-tmp-is-mounted-noexec.1257922/

Seems to be due to the Chromium in game (or in launcher) web browser. Options are;
1) Remount /tmp exec.
2) Remount /tmp exec once only to setup DLC/mods via the launcher and then run the stellarium binary directly next time.
3) Set launch options to "TMPDIR=/path/to/exec/tmp %command%" where TMPDIR is under a mount with exec.

Note it then also fails to cleanup any ".org.chromium.Chromium.*" files it creates under the /tmp or TMPDIR.
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