A game that stretches light years into the imagination of the players who choice to discover the universe for their selves.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to roam the galaxy, find worlds beyond your imagination, discover new races that are more advanced than anyone could possibly imagine? You can in developer Paradox Interactive’s Stellaris. This space fairing game allows the player to choose what he or she would like to do as the player builds an empire to either rule the galaxy or bring it peace. But be warned, no matter your choice, there will always be other, real life, players out there that want the complete opposite of you. So prepare yourself for galactic warfare in Stellaris.
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Procedurally Generated Galaxies
When you enter the world of Stellaris you’ll be intrigued with its vastness and overwhelming infinity. A person could get lost for dozens of hours just searching the worlds all around. Luckily the galaxy is procedurally generated and finding your path to victory shouldn’t be too confusing along the way. Link up to a story and let it guide you to where the next location is until you find your place and understand the ins and outs of this vast new universe.