Stellaris: Leviathans Gets Release Date
Paradox Interactive has announced the release date and retail price for Leviathans, the upcoming Story Pack for their critically acclaimed strategy game Stellaris (PEGI 7). Featuring a host of new content such as Guardians, Enclaves, and the fearsome “War in Heaven”, Leviathans is the first Story Pack to be released for one of 2016’s biggest strategy hits. Leviathans will be available on Windows, Mac and Linux PCs on October 20th 2016, priced at $9.99 or local equivalent.
Coupled with the release of Stellaris: Leviathans will be the traditional free update, dubbed “Heinlein”. Containing upgrades and improvements for all players, just some of the highlights include:
- A convenient Auto-Explore feature.
- Rally points for your freshly-assembled Navy.
- The Expansion Planner Interface.
- An overhaul of Strategic Resources.
- Clearer specialization/role for ship types.
- More options for customizing new galaxies.
- New smarter Sector Governors.
In Stellaris: Leviathans, the galaxy will be filled anew with adventure and challenge as your new and naïve space-faring empire comes face-to-face and ship-to-ship with a host of dangers and rewards.
- Guardians: Stationary societies that have built defenses throughout a system to protect something of great value. Do you dare seize their treasure?
- Enclaves: Independent outposts of traders or mercenaries who are willing to make a deal. Exchange resources or hire a small fleet to supplement your own.
- War In Heaven: Where will your fledgling empire lie if two ancient Fallen Empires decide to renew old grievances in a War in Heaven? Will you err on the side of caution and take a side with the stronger power, or will you strike at both whilst they are occupied with their own titanic struggle?
Leviathans is the first Story Pack for Stellaris, Paradox Development Studio’s best-selling science fiction strategy game. With new events, new encounters and new options, Leviathans adds a lot of new material, including new music and sounds, to one of 2016’s biggest strategy hits.