UPDATE: It seems Stellaris: Galaxy Command has been pulled down due to allegations over using stolen Halo 4 artwork. Players noticed this and made it known via Reddit. Once the stolen artwork has been pointed out and made apparent to the Paradox, the studio publishing the mobile experience based on the Stellaris franchise, the studio swiftly pulled the game, acknowledging and apologizing on Twitter.
Stellaris: Galaxy Command players. We have an important statement for you, regarding the current suspension of our game's servers. pic.twitter.com/F8Way6ar9a— Stellaris: Galaxy Command (@StellarisMobile) October 15, 2019
Their investigation remains ongoing even today, as the Paradox team provided yet another update into their investigation.
Players. We have an update for you on the current status of our game's availability and the ongoing investigation into the source of some of the in-game art assets. pic.twitter.com/QKChYzpHVp— Stellaris: Galaxy Command (@StellarisMobile) October 16, 2019
Original Story: Paradox announced Stellaris: Galaxy Command for iOS and Android today via press release, and brings with it a shiny new trailer.
Pre-registration is open now. Players are given control of their own orbital space station in a persistent, player-driven world to aid in the reconstruction of their space empire. However, the war was not won alone and it will be up to the players to make alliances, negotiate and directly impact each others’ recoveries in this unique Stellaris adventure. Features include:
- Alliances in a persistent, player-controlled universe
- Space Station Management
- Ethics System
- Powerful Fleets
- Mysteries of the Universe
- An Authentic Stellaris Experience on Mobile
Check out the trailer below.