Paradox Interactive today released a major Lem update for the PC version of Stellaris (Away 35,99€ in to buy). This free expansion adds new content to both the original game and its many expansions. The base game of Stellaris will be free to play all weekend.
“Our inspiration comes from many different sources, whether it’s the work of science fiction authors from around the world or our own ideas from the past. We keep finding new stories we want to tell with Stellaris,” says Daniel Moregaard, Director of Stellaris Games. “This patch gave us a unique opportunity: This year marks the centenary of the birth of Stanislaw Lem, the Polish science fiction writer whose stories have been a great inspiration to the Stellaris team. In addition to some direct references to Lem’s in-game work for watchers and fans, Lem’s update brings the content he enjoyed Our fans throughout the history of Stellaris.”
Paradox Interactive: “Lem Update, named after famous Polish science fiction author Stanislaw Lem, is the first release by the newly formed Custodians team within Paradox Development Studio. The Custodians team focuses on developing free content, balance, and updates for Stellaris improving both the core game and previously released downloadable content.Lem’s update adds new content and gameplay features to Stellaris, including:
- Custom trees where players can choose trees to hunt.
- For the Plantoids species pack, there are two new status items and three new species properties:
- Status item “Idyllic Blossom” (limited to plant or fungal species) enables Gaia Seeder buildings to be created.
- The state element “catalytic process”, which is available to species with or without swarm awareness, replaces mineralogists with catalyst technicians. These technicians convert energy balances into ingots. Also works with Instruments and Lithoid.
- Players with the Human Type Pack will have the option of creating a powerful clone army, creating an empire of skilled craftsmen, or leading an empire fueled by the massive decadence of fun addicts.
- The country item “Reviving Armies” has been renamed “Reanimators”. Exclusive to Necroid players, the afterlife is now available with more dynamic options to revive objectives, including the ability to revive Leviathans and enemy forces during battle.
- New traditional trees have been added to both the Nemesis and Apocalypse DLCs, as is a new trading tradition in the base game. In addition, players can now choose seven from up to 11 traditional trees (with all DLCs).
- Enemy owners can access the traditional Subterfuge tree, which gives rewards if they succeed in spying or if their enemies fail.
- Apocalypse owners gain access to the Tree of Relentless Tradition, which greatly enhances the capabilities of their defensive bases.
- Major game credit updates, including a realignment of Ascension, Civilizations, Morals, and Lineage perks.
- Several bug fixes and various AI improvements to improve the overall quality of Stellaris. “
There is a full list of changes in Correction notes to exist. Current last video: Update 31 Lem
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