Galactic Civilizations IV: Supernova Early Access Gameplay Trailer Released

The latest sequel of its award-winning space strategy game, Stardock’s Galactic Civilizations IV: Supernova has now entered Early Access.

Continuing a 30-year trend of innovation throughout the series’ legacy, Galactic Civilizations IV: Supernova has introduced AI-generated content OpenAI’s ChatGPT technology. This allows players to create their very own civilizations that use AI to create lore, conversation dialog, and quests – among many other things.

The AI has also been trained on decades of Stardock’s alien art to help deliver custom graphics for the custom civilization of their dreams.

See it for yourself with the trailer below:

Galactic Civilizations IV: Supernova – Early Access Gameplay Trailer

According to Brad Wardell, CEO of Stardock:

“We are thrilled with the new additions that Galactic Civilizations IV: Supernova brings to the genre. The use of cutting-edge AI technology allows players to generate entire civilizations that look and feel unique with just a few lines of text has us particularly excited.”Brad Wardell

Wardell added:

“We’ve really focused on making the game more approachable to new players.This is the most sophisticated strategy game we’ve ever made, so we have put extra time into UI improvements, tutorials and context-sensitive information.”Brad Wardell

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