Are you ready to assimilate your empire? Stellaris: Synthetic Dawn is a story pack for Paradox’s sci-fi Grand Strategy Game, providing an all-new way for players to establish their empire across the stars: as an entire civilization of artificial beings. Stellaris players will have the option to start the game as a Machine Empire -- a society made up entirely of robots. Unique game features and event chains will allow the synths to expand as a robot hivemind, and create an AI-led network that grows to galactic dominance. Features: - You, Robot: Play Stellaris as a customized robotic civilization, complete with your own robot models and featuring robotic portraits, science robots, worker robots, and more - AI, eh? Aye!: Follow new event chains and story features to lead your robotic hivemind to greatness as an intergalactic AI empire; establish Skynet in the skies - Rise of the Machines: Oppressed synths may rebel against their masters and form new empires -- or you may even discover a fallen synthetic civilization among the stars - Digital Enhancements: New synthetic race portraits, and expanded voice packs for VIR
Stellaris – Synthetic Dawn feature breakdown dev diary
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