A new update has arrived Stellaris, and unsurprisingly, it brought with it some pretty fun changes. Rummaging through the Stellaris Patch Notes 3.6, it’s possible to detect changes that make dragons smarter, unmask those pesky devouring swarms, and add a somewhat alarming new type of government.
In June of last year, Paradox announced the Custodian Initiative, in which the Stellaris The development team would be split into two: those working on updates and those creating new DLC. Stellaris 3.6 is the former rather than the latter, so don’t expect seismic changes at the DLC level; instead, expect some signature Paradox patch notes to enjoy.
One of my favorites is a change that makes it impossible to kill a dragon by “distracting it with a large fleet of transport ships.” That’s a trick straight out of the classic playbook. Another change adds the new Parasitic Overmind government type, which, well, can’t make things any worse, right?
Holy Guardians will no longer object if you convert Holy Worlds to other planet types, but you must have the Chief of Zarqlan (His will be done) to avoid incurring their wrath. My personal favorite, however, is a change whereby Devouring Swarms “will no longer come to inspect your ring worlds.” You’d think someone would spot an invading devourer swarm, but hey, maybe they’re wearing those glasses and mustache disguises.
Of course, there are many regular changes to the Stellaris Patch notes 3.6 too. These include new galaxy formations inspired by real-life galaxies, as well as new reanimated leviathan textures and shaders, a rebalancing for fleet combat, and a redesign of the Path of Ascension. None of these changes are on the level of Inspector Devouring Swarm, but they are good news for players.
You can see a summary of everything that is new to Stellaris in this update right here. If you prefer to get to the heart of the matter and get down to business, then the Stellaris 3.6 patch notes are out via Paradox forums. They are not for the faint of heart though, so make sure you have a strong coffee ready.
Stellaris 3.6 is released on November 29. The game is available on personal computer, ps4Y xbox one, and can also be played on PS5 and Xbox Series X|S through backwards compatibility. If you are interested in Stellaris On PC, the game is currently on sale for 75% off, and you’ll also find select DLC packs available at discounted prices.