Stellaris celebrates Four Years with Free Weekend

stellaris celebrates four Years with free weekend update 2.7 for linux mac windows pc

Stellaris celebrates Four Years with a Free Weekend and Update 2.7 on Linux, Mac, Windows PC. Thanks to Paradox Interactive, a publisher and developer of games for galaxy brain players. Which available free to play right now on Steam.

Since Paradox announces clusters of festivities across all Stellaris titles. They are also celebrating the four year anniversary of the popular sci-fi grand strategy game. Additionally, Paradox announced back in March 2020, four years after its initial release. That the game has even earned an all time high for monthly active users. While reaching a milestone of over three million units sold. Which goes well with the 75% discount on Steam and GOG.

“We have always put the community first when developing and supporting content for Stellaris,” said Daniel Moregård, Game Director for Stellaris. “It is so rewarding to see this strategy help us. Earning the continued interest of a large and growing player base after all these years. Being able to reach a new all-time high right now makes the anniversary festivities feel even more momentous.”

Stellaris: 4th anniversary – Free weekend and Update 2.7 Trailer

Anniversary celebrations include:

PC – Free as an Alien Bird Species – With constant updates since its launch in 2016. Soday’s Stellaris is bigger, deeper, and more fun than ever. With more players, more stories, and more adventures.

PC – New Look, Who Dis – This free anniversary patch is available now. Which adds strong new visual elements and VFX. Such as Nebulas, Storms and more. Players can look forward to an updated look to the Stellaris base game. Since it Update 2.7 adds a little more awe to any shock and awe campaigns.

Since the game normally retails for a suggested price of $39.99 USD. The deep gameplay of Stellaris is available for free on Steam this weekend. And it’s also available with a 75% discount on Steam and GOG. With support for Linux, Mac and Windows PC.

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