Stellaris: Galaxy Command has finally been released for free on iOS and Android devices. Stellaris: Galaxy Command is a strategy-based Massively Multiplayer Online (MMO) open-world game that was developed by Paradox Interactive – the original creators of Stellaris game for PC, PS4, and Xbox One. If interested, the official trailer to the newest Stellaris: Galaxy Command is below (if a fan of the Stellaris series, you may also enjoy another galaxy based mobile game that was recently released, Crying Suns).
For the storyline, users will be exploring the universe devastated from an inter-dimensional conflict. As part of the United Nations, users will be required to rebuild an intergalactic civilization through various efforts as well as discover new adventures and mysteries. Through this starry-eyed exploration, users may also forge alliances, dominate intergalactic trade, and design a fleet to explore the open-world galaxy. Whether occupying new territories or devising a highly strategic plan with other players, working together as an alliance will strengthen the team’s empire. As the population within the empire grows, users will need to trade resources with other players to fulfill basic needs and to build a spacecraft/fleet that is worthy in battle. Therefore, in combination with the storyline and these three additional features, Stellaris: Galaxy Command can surely immerse users to be the intergalactic adventurer whenever and wherever they want with their mobile devices.
Stellaris: Galaxy Command players.
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— Stellaris: Galaxy Command (@StellarisMobile) October 15, 2019
There was, however, a complication in its official release back in 2019. Keen-eyed fans stated the game used artworks from the Halo series, which Paradox Interactive states the “artwork inside Stellaris: Galaxy Command was taken from another source. We are immediately removing this content from the game and are deeply sorry to our fans and to the affected creators.” If you are interested in learning more about the game as well as Paradox Interactive’s other games, you can be part of the community through Twitch or follow their newest releases on Twitter.