PDXCON 2018 Tickets are Available at the Beginning of February

PDXCON 2018 Tickets are Available at the Beginning of February 1

Paradox Interactive announced that tickets for PDXCON are going to be available for purchase at the beginning of February. 

Paradox Interactive is a publisher and developer of games. PDXCON is a Paradox’s public celebration for their global community of players and supporters. Last year PDXCON made their public debut in Stockholm, the Con will be returning to Stockholm this year.

This year the convention will be held between May 18-20, 2018. Attendees will get to meet various creators of their favourite games, mingle with top content creators within the community,  learn about future titles and play various Paradox games.

Paradox Interactive is known for: Europa Universalis, Crusader Kings, Hearts of Iron Stellaris and many others.

Tickets will be available on February 8 with multiple admission tiers. These various tiers will have exclusive perks and benefits.

If attendees buy their tickets within the first month of availability, then they will receive the “Early Bird” discount. The “Baron” ticket will cost 95 EUR or 144.68 Canadian. The “Baron” will grant visitors an all-access pass to the convention on Saturday and Sunday (May 19-20) and they will be given a PDXCON goodie bag, access to special multiplayer events and on-site beta titles and many others.

The “King” ticket will cost 195 EUR or 296.97 Canadian. The “King” will give everything that comes with “Baron” plus the special Friday activities at the Paradox Interactive offices, plus a larger goodie bag and unique in-game items for Crusader Kings 2.

Lastly, those who opt to purchase the “Emperor” ticket will receive a set of personal workshops with Paradox developers, along with upcoming Paradox titles, included meals at the convention and even an addition of their personally designed characters to a Paradox game and much more. This Ticket will cost 495 EUR or 753.84 Canadian.

Full details of ticket tiers are available on the PDXCON website.

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