Over the years the Stellaris universe has expanded massively. There’s been the likes of the Plantoids Species, the Utopia expansion, that of the MegaCorp and more. Now though it’s time to hit the campaign trailer as the Federations take hold.
Available to add into your Stellaris: Console Edition base game today, Federations is the latest expansion from the Paradox team and by getting involved in this pass you’ll find a focus on the galactic community and the internal politics that runs from there.
Should you be an aspiring legislator who is looking for a chance to prove themselves on the biggest stage, Federations looks like being for you. It comes with the expansion of diplomatic elements, it lets you join the Trade league, and will ensure that anyone involved within can unite as one, passing vote on all manner of new resolutions.
With new stories and lore pushing along each and every empire, and then the opportunity to construct and build all-new projects thrown in too, should you be a slave to the Stellaris: Console Edition grind, this is one you won’t want to miss.
The key features of the Federation expansion pass include all of the following…
- – Expanded Federations: With expanded diplomacy capabilities, players can unlock powerful rewards for all members. Whether you join a Trade League, Martial Alliance, or Hegemony, membership can be extremely advantageous.
- – Galactic Community: Vote on a wide range of resolutions to drive legislative agendas. For example, players can pass a resolution to increase commitments to collective defense or funnel profit towards wealthy elites. Sway the senate to position yourself as a leader, trading favors and doing whatever it takes to gain influence.
- – New constructions: Build the Juggernaut, a moveable repair base even in enemy territory, or the Mega Shipyard, that can churn out fleets with incredible speed.
- – 8 New Origins: Choose from a wide range of powerful, gameplay altering origins for your empire
The release of the Stellaris: Console Edition Federation expansion comes as the game gets full next-gen optimisation on Xbox Series X|S and PS5 too, so no matter which console you are playing on, you’ll be sure to be treated to a world of delights. Additionally, the free 2.8 update is also rolling out – a sound and graphical overhaul that will enhance the Stellaris experience across all consoles. 2.8 remasters over 70 audio effects, adds new VFX and graphics improvements, and UI improvements.
To get the Federations expansion, head to the store of your choosing. Ours is obviously the Xbox Store, but you’ll find it popping up on PlayStation too. Expect to pay around £16.47.
Expansion Pass Four meanwhile will cost £20.99, but does include Federations along with the upcoming Ancient Relics Story Pack and the Necroids Species Pack, both arriving later in 2021.
The supreme art of war is to subdue the enemy without fighting. With Federations, players can extend their diplomatic dominion over the galaxy like never before