Our dominion over the stars begins May 14th when Stardock Games' Galactic Civilizations III launches, which is also a 64-bit only game and won't apologise for it neither, as it can "deliver an unprecedented 4X experience."
The return of the grand 4X series is already available through, but finally those rocky days are almost over. It's "extremely mod-friendly," from new races, to ships and beyond.
"Galactic Civilizations III brings major improvements to the franchise and the genre aside from its triple-A presentation and the sheer size and variety that its 64-bit engine enables. The game is extremely mod-friendly, allowing ambitious modders to add an effectively unlimited amount of content from races to ships to entirely new technology and ideology branches or whatever else they think of," said the studio.
"The in-game ship designer puts incredibly powerful tools in every player's hands to create the starships of their dreams - some of the most impressive ships in the game were created by the winners of the Early Access beta ship design contest." "Finally, Internet multiplayer makes its first appearance in the franchise, along with fantastically detailed leaderboards and metadata powered by Stardock.net."
"Finally, Internet multiplayer makes its first appearance in the franchise, along with fantastically detailed leaderboards and metadata powered by Stardock.net."
Galactic Civilizations III releases on PC May 14th, and throughtoday for £29.99.