Plymouth, MI. October 9, 2017 – Today, Stardock and Mohawk Games released the Conspicuous Consumption DLC, a prestige pack of cosmetic upgrades for select buildings. Players can add “flare” to their game with the custom art, animations, and audio for each version.
“The art in Offworld has always been something we’ve taken pride in,” said lead designer Soren Johnson. “We wanted to release a pack of some alternate buildings that will let players personalize their games and give them something extra to smile about when they play.”
Conspicuous Consumption provides new versions for each of the advanced buildings that the player can enable or disable through the options menu.
The buildings with new versions in this DLC include:
|•||Hacker Array: Enjoy a “Las Vegas” feel with a roulette wheel or embrace the retro style with an old radio tower.|
|•||Offworld Market: Send your goods offworld in a giant popsicle or a sleek retro rocket.|
|•||Optimization Center: Burst some bubbles with a bubble machine or conduct some electricity with a massive Tesla coil.|
|•||Patent Lab: Research patents inside a giant Rubik’s cube or a sci-fi robot head.|
|•||Pleasure Dome: Dance off inside a fun time disco ball or skip the dancing in a neon diner.|
About Stardock: Stardock is a developer and publisher of PC games and desktop software founded in 1991 by nationally recognized technology expert Brad Wardell. Located in Plymouth, Michigan, Stardock is a powerful leader in the video gaming and software development world. Its PC games include Sins of a Solar Empire, the critically acclaimed Galactic Civilizations series, and Ashes of the Singularity. Stardock puts the user experience first through software that enriches the Windows experience for everyone from casual computer users to highly technical professionals. Products offered by Stardock include Start8, Start10, Fences, WindowBlinds, Multiplicity, and more.
About Mohawk Games: Founded by acclaimed game designer Soren Johnson in 2013, Mohawk Games is built on the principles of iterative design, deep gameplay, and community involvement. Mohawk’s first title, Offworld Trading Company, uses the Unity engine and is being published by Stardock.