Sci-fi strategy game Stellaris recently received not just a new story pack focusing on archaeology, but a free update to accompany it as well. The 2.3 Wolfe update changes a number of things, including how to create sectors, which is now easier than ever.
Here's what you need to know about how to create sectors in Stellaris, as of its 2.3 Wolfe update.
Stellaris How To Create Sectors
Creating sectors in Stellaris isn't a difficult process at all. They come in handy when your empire has expanded significantly, separating it into more manageable chunks.
This is how to create sectors in Stellaris as of the 2.3 Wolfe update. You'll first need to decide what your sector capital will be. A couple of varying factors can influence your decision, however keep in mind that the sector will include all systems within 4 jumps of the sector capital.
Once you've decided upon a sector capital, open up its planet view by clicking its flag on the galaxy map. If the planet isn't already part of a sector, you should spot the "No Sector" text over on the right. Next to it you'll also find the create new sector button. Clicking it automatically creates the sector around the planet of your choice.
That's all you need to know about how to create sectors in Stellaris. In case you're wondering how the game's most recent DLC plays, give our Stellaris: Ancient Relics Story Pack review a read.