Paradox Development Studio has announced a release date for its first expansion to the celebrated space 4X strategy game. Stellaris: Utopia will be releasing on April 6, and it's set to come packed full of new content.
Who said that grand strategy is dead? Certainly not Paradox Interactive, as its latest sales figures for Hearts of Iron IV show that the game sold over half a million copies since it's release in June 2016. This announcement follows record sales for Stellaris, Europa Universalis IV and Crusader Kings II.
Daniel Moregård, former Stellaris Game Designer, has taken over in Anward's stead.
The first DLC for this historical 4X follows the storyline of the legendary Genghis Khan as he assembles his armies for one of the greatest raids the world has ever seen.
The latest major expansion for the famous 4X is going to focus on the economy, allowing players to become CEOs of galaxy-spanning corporate empires.
The new engine sounds like good news all around, and will bring lots of streamlining when it comes to actually developing 4X games for Paradox.
These powerful tools will allow you to create whatever sort of Oriental-themed historical combat scenarios you desire! Well, almost. No Godzilla, see.
Paradox have just published their financial report for the period from January to June 2018, and things are definitely looking good for them. Here's a short summary.
The next story expansion for Stellaris will be available soon, which will take players to mysterious new regions of space filled with wonders and horrors.