Stellaris: Console Edition finally has a release date: February 26, 2019 on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One for $39.99. A more expensive Deluxe Edition is available for $59.99 and includes he Plantoids Species Pack, Leviathans Story Pack, and the Utopia Expansion when they release later on. The Console Edition of Stellaris was first announced by Paradox
We first heard about Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Earthblood in early 2017. At that time, there were already several companies involved in the game’s development. Cyanide, known for the Styx games, was the primary developer while publishing was being handled by Focus Home Interactive. In addition, Paradox Interactive was also involved in the process because
We first learned about Paradox Interactive’s Crusader Kings II: Holy Fury expansion all the way back in May, but have not heard much about it since then. That changed today though, as the popular grand strategy game publisher released a new trailer for the Holy Fury expansion and revealed that it will launch for PC
Paradox Interactive and Colossal Order’s Cities: Skylines is still going really strong over 3 years after launch receiving new expansions every few months, selling over 5 million copies on PC alone and hitting every current-gen console. Today, the aforementioned developer and publisher duo unveiled the last expansion, Cities: Skylines – Industries, which will actually be
After bringing Cities: Skylines to both PS4 and Xbox One last year, Paradox Interactive has been continuously supports these versions of the game with DLC and even minor mod support. Today, we learned that Natural Disasters, the most popular expansion for Cities: Skylines on PC, is coming to PS4 and Xbox One on May 15.
If you’re a fan of Cities: Skylines and you want some more content to sink your teeth into then you’re in luck. Today, developer Colossal Order and publisher Paradox Interactive announced a brand new expansion for the popular city-planning game, and it adds a ton of content. The expansion, which is set to be titled
Fallout 4 attempted to pave the way for more mod availability on consoles after its launch, but we unfortunately never really saw them take shape due to the more regulatory nature of console marketplaces. That being said, Paradox Interactive and Tantalus Media are taking a stab at it today on Xbox One, adding mods via a free
Last year, Haemimont Games, who are known for the recent Tropico games, and Paradox Interactive announced Surviving Mars, a space management/strategy game, for PC, PS4, and Xbox One. We haven’t heard too much about the game since then outside of a new trailer at Gamescom, but today it was revealed that the game will be releasing