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About Final Theory: Federal Navy

Game description

This package adds an additional playable navy to the strategy game Final Theory. The ships of the Federal Navy share a common heritage with the Royal Navy. It features silver alloy armor plating and an alternative weapons and abilities loadout from it's base navy, including barrage turrets, strike missiles and more. The package includes a full navy consisting of 8 ships in total: Dreadnought, Battleship, Carrier, Battlecruiser, Cruiser, Destroyer, Frigate and Corvette. The Federal Navy can be added directly to the base game, or as part of the upcoming Legendary Bundle.

Play as, or against the Federal Navy

You can assign which navy is used by each of the players individually including the Empire.

Package features

  • 7 different ship classes to command + 1 deployable ship.
  • 7 fleet-wide stackable ship bonuses.
  • 8 ship tiers featuring weapons, abilities and skill points.
  • 56 module upgrades to choose from.
  • Supports the main game, Quick Battles and Custom Battles right out of the box.
    You don't have to unlock any achievements before you can use the navy.


Backstory: A Dominion informant known only in the intelligence community as Silver Rain, has successfully infiltrated the Royal Imperial Institute of Engineering and Technology. The informant has managed to gain access to schematics of classified naval ships, including those of the Federal Navy. But with the galaxy on the brink of war and no way to directly transmit the huge quantity of data, the informant has opted to leak the schematics to an organization of black market traders. While dealings with such organizations is usually the purview of criminal enterprises, the Dominion high council has given you complete autonomy to ensure victory for the Dominion by any means.

Prior to the great Imperial war, the Federation was the largest unified faction in the galaxy. Consisting of tens of thousands of partially self-governing interstellar republics, with it's combined territories spanning nearly half of all colonized space. The Federation upheld galactic law and sought to bring peace throughout the galaxy. Colonizing countless new worlds and ever expanding the dominion of man. It shone without equal, as the jewel of light in the vast darkness of space.

While the Federal Navy was never considered the most advanced of navies, it's sheer numbers dwarfed all others in the galaxy, and remains to this day the largest fighting force ever seen. The ships of the Federal Navy were truly built to withstand the test of time, prioritizing armor, simplicity and reliability above all. Their armaments consisted mainly of battle proven traditional kinetic, explosive and guided munitions. Built in an age where thousands of crewmen had to work in perfect unison to breathe life into these great behemoths of war. Brave men and women, sailors all, relying on their training and entrusting their lives to the sturdiness of their ships.

The rapid rise of a new Empire, hell-bent on realizing the full potential of a galaxy unified under one rule, would prove to be the Federation's greatest test. When the Imperial invasion began in earnest, the Federal Navy held steadfast to it's duties of protecting all the worlds of the Federation. And while the advancement of Imperial fleets had been successfully halted in most systems, the dawn of the Empire's strategic subspace warheads, would see the age of great navies come to it's end. The courage of man never stood a chance against this terrifying new breed of weapon, capable of collapsing the very fabric of space itself. Each strike would shred thousands of stars and planets alike, collapsing all, into a single massive dark sun at the center. Only it's edges would gleam with brilliant light from the matter surrounding it, yet to be devoured by the newly born void star.

In less than ten years, the Federation had lost almost half of it's territories and three quarters of it's entire navy, to the unimaginable power of the Empire's new weapons. With nearly all of the Federation's remaining member systems crying out for peace, terrified that their worlds could suffer the same fate at any moment, an unconditional surrender was broadcast on all subspace frequencies. Nearly two millennia after it's original founding, the Federation submitted to Imperial rule. With no great powers remaining to challenge the Imperial military conquest in any meaningful way, historians cite this moment as the true birth of the Galactic Empire. Marking the beginning of the end, of the most destructive war to ever ravage the galaxy.

System requirements

Minimum:
  • OS: Windows 7
  • Processor: Intel or AMD Dual-Core Processor
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Nvidia GTX 7 series or AMD HD78xx series
  • DirectX: Version 10
  • Storage: 3 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX Compatible
Recommended:
  • OS: Windows 10
  • Processor: Intel or AMD Quad-Core Processor
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Nvidia GTX 9 series or AMD R9 series
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Storage: 3 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX Compatible

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