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Paradox only recently talked about a bunch of changes coming in the free 3.2 update and now they've announced Stellaris: Aquatics Species Pack as the latest DLC.

"Sail the intergalactic seas and uncover an all new expansion packed to the gills with new options for new and longtime players alike. The Aquatics Species Pack will rinse Stellaris with a rising tide of new content, including brand new origins, species traits, civics and a treasure trove of new cosmetics. Seafarers and landlubbers alike will agree that this is Stellaris’ most immersive species pack to date.

Just be careful, sailor…legends tell of dragons in these waters…"

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When they give out more info on it we'll let you know. Just like the 3.2 "Herbert Update" there's no set date yet.

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pcavalcanti 19 Oct
That looks great. Has Stellaris become fun yet? Or does it still take forever to get something going just to have nothing to do for the longest time and then start experiencing excessive amounts of micromanaging and insufferable lag?


Last edited by pcavalcanti on 19 October 2021 at 4:50 pm UTC
Quoting: pcavalcantiThat looks great. Has Stellaris become fun yet? Or does it still take forever to get something going just to have nothing to do for the longest time and then start experiencing excessive amounts of micromanaging and insufferable lag?
Clearly it's never been fun at all and all the people with hundreds of hours of play are just a bunch of masochists.
Aquatics, huh? Can you do dolphins? Startide Rising, anyone?
Kimyrielle 19 Oct
Sharks with lasers! Literally!
grumpytoad 19 Oct
Quoting: pcavalcantiThat looks great. Has Stellaris become fun yet? Or does it still take forever to get something going just to have nothing to do for the longest time and then start experiencing excessive amounts of micromanaging and insufferable lag?

I gave it another go recently using the starnet mod, which seems to fix the AI, and requires you to get something rolling pretty quick or you'll get steamrolled. Didn't see any lag, but then only played small maps.
denyasis 19 Oct
That an angry looking dolphin dude.
kean 19 Oct
Just join the Stellaris FB community, I love those posts :)
I play it since its first release, it had its issues in the beginning, but it became one of the best 4X games
Luiz_edu 20 Oct
I'm one of the masochist with 1,4k hours, looking foward to make the "space aquarium void dweelers with earth slaves" only gameplay :D
pcavalcanti 20 Oct
Quoting: grumpytoad
Quoting: pcavalcantiThat looks great. Has Stellaris become fun yet? Or does it still take forever to get something going just to have nothing to do for the longest time and then start experiencing excessive amounts of micromanaging and insufferable lag?

I gave it another go recently using the starnet mod, which seems to fix the AI, and requires you to get something rolling pretty quick or you'll get steamrolled. Didn't see any lag, but then only played small maps.

Thanks for the helpful answer! Maybe I'll give it another try!
soulsource 20 Oct
Quoting: grumpytoad
Quoting: pcavalcantiThat looks great. Has Stellaris become fun yet? Or does it still take forever to get something going just to have nothing to do for the longest time and then start experiencing excessive amounts of micromanaging and insufferable lag?

I gave it another go recently using the starnet mod, which seems to fix the AI, and requires you to get something rolling pretty quick or you'll get steamrolled. Didn't see any lag, but then only played small maps.

Is Starnet fair? I mean, does it give the AI basically free ships and resources like the default AI does, or is it smart enough to actually build and rely on a working economy?
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