Galactic Civilizations III Summary
has dropped for Stardock's Galactic Civilizations 3, adding 3D printing support for vessels created in the game's ship designer. Yes, that's right, you can now own a real-life copy of the monstrous, laser-spewing abomination you're currently obliterating galactic life with.
You can find the full details in-game, but the hist is that you can click a button to head straight over to the, where your design will be evaluated. If it's all above-board, you can pay them to print it.
Thefor Stardock's excellent space 4X Galactic Civilizations 3 has dropped, adding Steam Workshop support. Yes, it's now surely only a matter of time before some enterprising modder adds Death Stars and Klingon Warbirds into the game.
There's already a tonne of community created content on there, over 500 items in fact. Here's a pretty nice, for instance, or how about... a
We're in a terrible spot of bother. We have five Founder Elite keys to Galactic Civilizations III and can't trust ourselves not to lose our jobs and families as we get seduced by just-one-more-turn.
So we decided the best thing is to just give them away. These Founder Elite keys grant access to all future DLC and expansions to GalCiv 3 forever. They can't be bought anywhere, not even for love.
The galaxy can be yours from today asspace 4X epic Galactic Civilizations III is available for PC conquerors, and takes full advantage of 64-bit systems to power this just-one-more-turn beast.
There are some "exclusive launch weekend ship parts" available to further customise our fleets. This is their "largest and most diverse" strategy sandbox to-date, and it's now available.
Sorry but the window of opportunity for Galactic Civilization 3 to usenew DirectX 12 API never aligned, but other big project - Ashes of the Singularity - does make "really heavy use of it".
This does mean GalCiv 3 will "just keep getting faster over time" as they improve it. Lead designer Paul Boyerwe can "ding through" turns no sweat.