Stellaris: Console Edition achievements

Stellaris: Console Edition

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There are 45 Stellaris: Console Edition achievements (28 without DLC) worth 5,225 (1,400)

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Faster, Stronger, Better in Stellaris: Console Edition

Faster, Stronger, Better37 (20)

Genetically alter a species (not uplift)

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Achievement Guide for Faster, Stronger, Better

Hirsute Dave
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Hirsute Dave
Achievement won on 16 Jun 19
TA Score for this game: 1,582
Posted on 16 June 19 at 13:33, Edited on 17 June 19 at 07:15
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In order to genetically alter a species, you'll first need to research the society tech Gene Tailoring. Once that's done, head to the People tab in the Empire Overview, tab across to the Species page, and then pick the species you want to meddle with.

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You'll only have a single point to start with so your options are limited - I'd recommend grabbing Enduring if you don't already have it (gives your leaders and extra 15 years). When you've made your choice, you then have to select which Pops to apply the change to - one planet, multiple or all of them - but the more Pops getting tweaked means a more expensive project. Choices all made, head over to the situation log and you should see a new project to research - wait for that to finish and it should pop.
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