Stellaris: Console Edition to come out in Q1 2019

Paradox Interactive will release a console version of Stellaris at the beginning of the next year.

Fredrik Wester, an Executive at Paradox Interactive, revealed in his Twitter that the game will come out in Q1 2019. Although we don’t know the exact date yet, it still provides us with a rough timetable.

You can watch an announcement trailer here:


Rimworld has been fully released

Rimworld, one of the most iconic sci-fi colony sims, is now at version 1.0.

Rimworld, a sci-fi colony simulator inspired by an iconic Dwarf Fortress, is finally out of Early Access. During its development, the game has achieved an iconic status itself. It had sold for more than one million copies – quite an achievement for a small indie game. And, of course, its harsh and unforgiving gameplay, black humor and modding earned it a cult following in the gamer community. I am quite a fan myself, actually, so it is extremely good seeing that game to its completion.

You can watch its launch trailer below, stay tuned for more gaming news!


BATTLETECH – Flashpoint release date has been announced

The newest expansion for BATTLETECH will arrive at us on November 27.

The first big addon for the turn-based strategy set in the universe of Battletech promises quite a few changes. A new type of chained missions, called Flashpoints, promising big risks and big rewards and the overall increase in side quests. In addition to that, there will be more opportunities for those who don’t want to play through the main quest. And, of course, new mechs, pilots and just general bling of war.

All of that we are going to get at the end of November. Stay tuned for more Battletech news!

Exciting Total War: Rome II News

Salve Generals!
We here at Creative Assembly have heard the furious cry and outrage over the ‘slim’ possibility of receiving a *gasp* female General in our title, Total War: Rome II. We have listened to your calm and rational reviews and we are pleased and honored to let you, our intelligent and dedicated fans, be the first to know about an exciting new edition of Total War: Rome II. The Historically Accurate Edition. For the low price of 499.99 Denarii (just kidding, American dollars) you too can experience this historically accurate and precise version of Total War.

Included with your purchase:
Total War: Rome 2
Game manual
Software Key*
Contract making you the property of Creative Assembly for no longer than 25 years.
A Talent of dirt** (that’s 50 pounds for the plebes)
A mystery vial for the total genuine authentic experience***
And the guarantee that you will never have to serve under a female general****

*Key given after dirt and vial explored completely
**Dirt may have blood, feces, disease, and human remains
***Vial could contain one or any of the following: Cholera, dysentery, bubonic (or other)plague, syphilis, blood, feces, human remains, and any other authentic and accurate substances that could be found from the Ancient era.
**** Guarantee not guaranteed

System Requirements:
Be able to march 20 miles in one day
Have no physical impairments (bad eyesight, overweight etc.)
Be able to build a camp including ditch and wall of sharpened stakes every day
And most importantly, Discipline (Seriously, you’ll be killed if you shirk your responsibility)
OS: XP/ Vista / Windows 7 / Windows 8
Processor:2 GHz Intel Dual Core processor / 2.6 GHz Intel Single Core processor
Memory:2GB RAM
Graphics:512 MB DirectX 9.0c compatible card (shader model 3, vertex texture fetch support).
Hard Drive:35 GB HD space
Additional:Screen Resolution – 1024×768

Assuming you fight well (and live) you too could know the accurate experience of being a Roman General.
Victoriæ et prosperitatis!

Disclaimer: This is satire and probably does not reflect the views of Creative Assembly or Sega. Any butthurt feelings can grow the hell up.

Battlefleet Gothic: Armada 2 will be delayed

Battlefleet Gothic: Armada 2 is going to be delayed to the next year. At least its developers promise more content on release.

Focus Home interactive have announced that they will push games’ release to the next year. Developers decided that they will need more time to polish it and rescheduled its September release. However, that’s not all that developers want to do. They also will add a cooperative multiplayer for the game. It will be available for all three campaigns that game contains.

To help with disappointment about delay, developers have released a new faction trailer.

Battlefleet Gothic: Armada 2 is a sequel to the popular strategy about space combat, set in the universe of Warhammer: 40000.