The newest update to Stellaris has arrived, with the Niven update available for everyone and the Distant Horizons story pack available for ~$10. The update to the base game offers some major changes to anomalies, with failure no longer an option but instead the scientist having to keep researching until they finally figure it out. You will also see binary and trinary star systems while roaming your galaxy, which has become more mysterious as hyperlanes are not revealed until you visit a system.
The new story pack allows you to create or repair special gates, which lead to a part of the galaxy which is otherwise unreachable. Obviously whomever locked these systems out had no idea what they were doing and you should absolutely reconnect them to the rest of the galaxy; what could possibly go wrong? Drop by Rock, Paper, SHOTGUN for a look at the release trailer and more details on the newest update to Stellaris.
"As is often the way with Paradox strategy game expansions, it’s accompanied by a free update which reworks parts of the base game. Expect new binary and trinary star systems, anomaly studies no longer having a chance to fail, and other tweakies."
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