Stellaris is four years old. On this occasion, the developer Paradox Interactive not only released the above trailer, but also lets you play the game from May 12th to 17th, 2020 play completely free.
Stellaris without DLC
During this time you can the main program Try it fully and without restrictions with its latest update 2.7.1. However, you have to do without the extensions and DLCs such as Utopia, Apocalypse, MegaCorp and Federations.
For the entire duration of the Free2Play event, however, not only Stellaris himself, but also all of his addons are in the Paradox Store as well as at GOG and Steam reduced by up to 75 percent. The only exception is the newest extension, Federations. We will explain to you in our test whether a purchase is worthwhile.
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Thanks to an update in new graphic splendor
Simultaneously with the start of the free event, Paradox also released a new update that not only changes a lot in terms of play, but also the graphics of the strategy game additional effects prettily.
More features include home systems for space whales and amoebas, more stories for the Federations, new resolutions for the galactic community, and the ability to upgrade your space stations in three stages.
There are also a number of AI, performance and balancing improvements. You can find a complete list of the new and adapted features in the very extensive patch notes.
It was only in May 2020 that Stellaris achieved the highest number of players since its release in 2019. This was not only due to a discount campaign, but also to the Federations DLC. At that time it could do it again more than 64,000 users attract.