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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 03:59pm 23/01/19 | 0 Comments
Trying to think of even a single console example of a grand 4X sci-fi strategy, of the explore, expand, exploit, and exterminate variety isn't easy. In fact, we can't think of a single one. Which is why we're excited to see just how well the notoriously involved and complex UI associated with the genre translates with the release of Stellaris: Console Edition on PS4 and Xbox One next month.

On February 26. And in the lead-up to launch Paradox Interactive has released a hand in-depth video showcasing the truly impressive size and scope of Stellaris.

Stellaris: Console Edition lets players:
  • Behold the enormity of space with procedurally generated galaxies and an untold number of planets to explore.
  • Encounter a myriad of wild, quirky, and dangerous alien races who may prove to be crucial trade partners or conquering forces hellbent on enslaving your civilization.
  • Take on strategic space warfare and resource management to ensure the survival and advancement of your empire.
  • Explore scientific anomalies and uncover technological wonders throughout the galaxy to utilize them toward your own gains.
  • Govern your own fledgling empire and secure your power and agenda through manipulating internal policies, factions, traditions and more.

In addition to the core game all future content will also make a PS4 and Xbox One appearance including the Plantoids Species Pack, Leviathans Story Pack and the Utopia expansions. With keyboard and mouse support available on Xbox One, we'd love to see the inclusion of a more traditional control scheme in addition to controller input.

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