Stellaris: Ancient Relics – Feature Breakdown Trailer and Release Date

Posted on 28 May 2019

Stellaris: Ancient Relics, the upcoming story pack, will launch on 4 June 2019 for £7.19 on PC. Check out the new trailer above for a feature breakdown of the new content, or read the press release below.

Official Press Release

Dig into Stellaris: Ancient Relics Starting June 4

Study Up with a Feature Breakdown Trailer for the Story Pack; Pre-Orders Available Now

STOCKHOLM – May 28, 2019 – Paradox Interactive, a publisher and developer of games you can really dig into, today announced that Stellaris’ upcoming story pack, Ancient Relics, will launch June 4th on Windows, Mac, and Linux for the suggested retail price of $9.99 / £7.19 / €9.99. Ancient Relics will add two new Precursors to investigate, forgotten Relic Worlds to explore, and more archaeological treasures to unearth.

Learn more with a feature breakdown trailer from our Game Director, Daniel Moregard here:

Be among the first to uncover the mysteries and pre-order now:

Uncover the ruins of long-dead civilizations in Relic Worlds to piece together the story of their rise and eventual downfall. Excavate their derelict cities and ships to unearth the truth, discover powerful relics and harness them for your own empire’s ambitions.

Stellaris: Ancient Relics includes:

  • Said Ancient Relics: Collect valuable relics in your adventures as rewards for resolving game events or after completing a dig at a multi-stage archaeological site. Each relic gives significant benefits to your empire to aid in your interstellar escapades.
  • Dig In: Hit the dirt on a variety of enigmatic and alien worlds with new archeology sites available for your empire to study… or plunder. Each site begins a story with between one and six chapters to investigate. Retrace the history to discover artifacts and relics that can be boons to your empire.
  • Those Who Came Before: Encounter clues about two extinct Precursor civilizations, the Baol and the Zroni, the former a sprawling hivemind of plantoids, the latter some of the most powerful psionics to have ever lived. Players can investigate their home systems to understand who they were and, more importantly, what can be learned from their demise.
  • Relic Worlds: Once home to vibrant, advanced civilizations, these Relic Worlds now lie dead, replete with desolate ruins and dormant mysteries. Players can excavate guaranteed archeological sites on these worlds and bring to light powerful relics and artifacts.
  • Matter of Artifacts: Learning from history is much more than parables and antiquities, it can often be the key to understanding one’s own place in the galaxy. Utilizing archaeological research, discover Minor Artifacts, a new consumable resource type which can help empower one’s empire.

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