Paradox launches Stellaris 3.2 patch. Aquatics species pack now available
Paradox Interactive, developers and publishers for the Stellaris space-faring 4X game, has released its 3.2 updates along with the Aquatic species packs. All-new species of fish and everything else related to aquatic lifeforms that have been ruined into space-faring sentients are part of the new DLC. The Stellaris 3.2 update also features no content.
Stellaris Aquatic Speies Pack
Stellaris Aquatic Species Pack is just like any other DLC flavour pack. You will find a mix of aquatic portraits and ascensions, names lists, and civics. This is what you can expect.
- Here Be Dragons – Start in a system guarded and protected by the Sky Dragon. This dragon will protect you from harm as long as it is happy.
- Ocean Paradise: Start on large-sized Ocean Worlds with abundant food deposits. You will get production, happiness and pop growth bonuses, but you won’t have any guaranteed habitable worlds.
Civics and Traits
The Anglers civic has something called the “Harvest the Bounty of the Deep”, which allows Agricultural Districts to produce Angler or Pearl Diver jobs.
The Aquatic species trait lets you use the Expand Planteray sea feature on Ocean worlds. If you have the Apocolypse DLC, you also get the Deluge Colossal weapons.
The Hydrocentric perk is the final ascension perk. This perk allows aquatic species the ability to transform planets into ocean worlds, or to make ocean worlds larger by extracting oceans from other planets.
For more information on the Stellaris Aquatic Species Pack, visit your local PC shop and review the DLC. The DLC is available at a 20% discount, priced at $9.99 / PS7.19/ EUR9.99 until November 29.
Stellaris 3.2 update Herbert
All PC players can download the Stellaris 3.2 update for free as of today, November 22. You will find a lot of new civics and events as well as maps, bug fixes, and other amazing ai improvements in the new 3.2 Stellaris update.
When you build an empire, the new Pompous Purists Civil is a civic trait that you can choose. This trait is not available to diplomatic applicants, but they can propose diplomatic actions and receive bonus trust growth envoys (if the humanoid packs are already owned). It’s a bit similar to the Stellaris Clone Army trait which is free, but it is an update to paid DLC.
Stellaris 3.2 updates contain very little content. The game will soon add new terraforming events, which enhance the planetary actions and events. There are also more Gas giants and anomalies, which enhance the experience of exploring space and time.
This patch includes many improvements and bug fixes. The AI has improved building, district management, terraforming, and starbase management, making them more efficient and easier to interact with.
You can find out more about the Stellaris 3.2 update on the Steam news.