Stellaris: Console Edition for PlayStation 4
PS4

Stellaris: Console Edition

Feb 26, 2019
8.52
playscore
Good
238th of 5886

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

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About this game

Content Rating: Everyone10+

Summary

The universe is getting bigger every day! Paradox Development Studio is bringing the grand strategy genre to consoles for the first time ever with Stellaris: Console Edition. Featuring the same deep strategic gameplay, rich and diverse alien races and emergent storytelling, Stellaris: Console Edition puts the complexity of the galaxy at your thumbsticks. Whether you’re exploring the unknown, discovering the mysteries of the universe, or conquering it for the glory of your empire, console players have more inter-galactic strategy awaiting them than ever before.

Gamer Reviews

983 Reviews
9.17

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Critic Reviews

15 Reviews
7.87
Andreas SalmenSep 11, 2019
Stellaris: Console Edition is a mighty impressive game in and of itself. It also did the impossible: make a fairly complex and grand strategy title enjoyable on a console. That should stand as its own achievement. If you have access to Stellaris on a powerful PC, the console edition isn't for you. Even though it is a great title, the console version still feels somewhat restrained and pared down, but that may change with future updates. Regardless, if you're a fan of the genre and only game on a console at home, this is as close as you can get to a great strategy title running in its full glory on a TV.
7.40
TJ HAFERFeb 22, 2019
Conquering the galaxy and discovering its deepest secrets with a controller in hand is a much better experience than I would have thought possible for this type of game. Thanks to extensive customization and its liberating play-your-own-way attitude, Stellaris: Console Edition is the most fun you can have with a space 4X game on Xbox One or PlayStation 4 right now.
James KozanitisMar 04, 2019
That said, if you manage to pull yourself out, the sleek veneer of Stellaris‘ bright stars fades more quickly than you might expect. Three years later, Stellaris is showing its age, and its rocky port to the controller certainly isn’t helping its case. You could still argue that Stellaris is the best console-version of an RTS game and you’d probably have a good case, but that isn’t exactly a high bar to clear.