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Stardock Entertainment celebrates the 5th anniversary of Sins of a Solar Empire: Rebellion with Update v1.9 and a Steam Sale
Sins of a Solar Empire: Rebellion was released all the way back in 2012 by Stardock Entertainment, and today it's celebrating the 5th anniversary by releasing Update v1.9 with a price drop of over 75% on Steam, taking it from £29.99 to £7.50.
Sins of a Solar Empire: Rebellion Update v1.9 is all about modernizing the game to bring it up to today's standards, with improvements to the game's engine, AI, and graphics systems, which allows Sins of a Solar Empire: Rebellion to be played in 4K.
Who would have thought Sins of a Solar Empire would still be supported by Stardock and Ironclad Games after its release back in 2008? Stardock’s space-bound RTS, Sins of a Solar Empire: Rebellion is receiving brand new DLC: Outlaw Sectors. Outlaw Sectors brings new maps and significant gameplay changes to the game.
With the Outlaw Sectors DLC, players will now have access to the Smuggling Specialization planet upgrade. This allows you to take a cut of global trade profits, providing you are happy to sacrifice your planet’s corruption status. By co-operating with the autonomous planetary militias, you can have them defend your worlds while raiding adjacent ones.
An ultimate retail edition of Ironclad Games' space RTS Sins of a Solar Empire is now available. Sins of a Solar Empire: Rebellion - New Frontiers Edition pack together the core game and its Forbidden Worlds DLC expansion.
Forbidden Worlds was released , and added a bunch of new planet types, technologies and bonuses. It was the first DLC in the Sins series' history.
Prepare to swoon PC gamer as former Civilization series devs who formed Oxide Games are now showcasing their 64-bit game engine Nitrous, and have gone straight for the jugular with space battles.
This isn't just any battle wots in space, but a mighty conflict between hundreds upon hundreds of units. They're all calculated individually, including their weapons turrets. It's powered by AMD's Mantle.