Stellaris: Overlord new expansion revealed for the game on Linux, Mac, and Windows PC. Thanks to the creative minds of Paradox Development Studio. Which is due to be available for purchase on Steam and GOG.
Paradox Interactive is a developer and publisher of games that are built superior. Now revealing Stellaris: Overlord, an upcoming expansion for the game. Due to grant players access to new features. These will be focusing on more involved management of their intergalactic empires. Doing so from specific servants to powerful new megastructures. Players can use these new features to bring order and glory to the galaxy. Or bring it to its knees.
Stellaris: Overlord Expansion | Coming Soon
In Stellaris: Overlord, eager leaders will unlock a new level of empire management. Due to figure out their grand designs for the universe. Special servant roles will allow players to either raise their planets. Doing so in their realms to new heights of glory. Or keep them in line and under control. New enclaves will present unique chances and tests. While a range of new megastructures will offer ways to project power further and faster. Five new Origins, new music, and more will be included. All when Stellaris: Overlord launches later this year.
“The stories our players have told through the last six years of Stellaris never fail to amaze us,” said Stephen Muray, Game Director of Stellaris at Paradox Development Studio. “We’ve seen empires rise and fall, unite and destroy. Even clash overtly or covertly with their galactic neighbors. With Stellaris: Overlord, we want to give players more options. Including more chances to realize their own ‘space operas.’ Build a universe full of grand houses or squabbling vassals. Then see how long they can hold power over what they’ve created. Look for more details on what it means to be a galactic Overlord very soon!”
Stellaris: Overlord will be coming to players on Linux, Mac, and Windows PC. This is due to launch alongside the free 3.4 “Cepheus” update to Stellaris. Including new content and changes for all players. All part of the ongoing effort by the Custodian team to provide more upgrades to Stellaris. Due to be available for purchase on Steam and GOG.