The latest update of Stellaris, the 3.1’Lem’ version, overhauls some of the existing free features, as well as new strategies for dealing with the grand space strategy and 4X updates.
The Empire tradition has been overhauled, allowing players to choose from 7 of 11 trees during the game. The Lem update also brings new citizen types to the previous series of DLCs: Plantoids, Humanoids and Necroids have three new or redesigned game modes, such as a cloned army of humanoids, or a type that can survive on stellar radiation plant.
Most notably, there is a rebalancing of new content and old paid features. Like it or hate it, Paradox Interactive funds the long-term development of its grand strategy games by selling expanded content as DLC. Many extensions. In recent years, since only a small number of players can use certain features, or the old DLC features become irrelevant and outdated in the face of later upgrades, this strategy has made the game more and more over time. Unbalanced and widely criticized.
Stellaris is trying to solve this problem. These latest upgrades are handled by a subset of the Stellaris team, whose job is to focus on polishing and maintaining existing materials. This is a new method that fans of studio games may pay close attention to.You can read all relevant content on Paradox’s website, and you can read Lem updates on Steam, Or the full patch notes on the Paradox forum.
Paradox has recently become news due to some controversies. A survey revealed that the Swedish game developer experienced internal turmoil after the CEO resigned. Then just this week, the returning CEO publicly apologized.