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Stellaris Orion Update 3.6 Creates New Galactic Shapes and Rebalances Combat



Interested in both sci-fi and strategy games, I’ve always wanted to reshape the galaxy. Free Orion 3.6 Update for Paradox’s Grand Space Strategy star is working now and it’s done, but in a way I can’t imagine. Among the changes with this update are six new galaxy shapes to mix up your pattern of interstellar empires a bit. Orion also rebalanced fleet combat, bringing in elements of open test starting back in October. Paradox has also included several remakes of bits and pieces from Stellaris’ countless expansions, including changes to the Utopia DLC’s Ascension path. You can see more of that by watching the video below.

The 3.6 Orion update for Stellaris rearranges some DLC-specific features.

The new galaxy shapes that Orion brought into the game don’t seem necessary, but they’re a great addition. Learning about different galactic styles was always something I appreciated in Star Trek: Birth Of The Federation as a kid, so I’m glad to see this option working in Stellaris all these years later. You can now set your galaxy to either a 3-arm or 6-arm spiral, a so-called barred galaxy that looks a bit like the vampire darts the Blade throws, the shaped explosion star, the wheel spins very vortex and says. That last one seems like a snowflake, which makes the update seem somehow seasonal. As for fleet rebalancing, these are intended to address some of the ongoing problems Stellaris has with its space wars.

Paradox hasn’t been able to fix everything they hoped would improve with the 3.6 update, such as inefficient command limits or the inherent misery when dealing with doomstack, so those issues should be fixed. resolved in future updates. Developers have implemented various roles in the automated design tool that apply to different types of ships. They also changed the behavior of the ship’s battle computers, and added new torpedo and swarm computers. A bunch of weapon changes are also included in the update, including making smaller weapons fire faster and larger weapons firing slower but more powerfully. There are more details on the Orion update changes in the forum post here.

Stellaris is on Steam and GOG for £35/$40/€40 and the free 3.6 Orion update is now available. You can read the full patch notes for the update here.

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