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X Rebirth introduced a new rendering engine as well as a new plot, one which X4: Foundations now extends the storyline beyond ten years after the events in X Rebirth.The fiction behind the X series is provided in the games themselves and in four novels by series fictional writer Helge Kautz: Farnham's Legend, Nopileos, Yoshiko and Hüter der Tore ("Keeper of the Gates"). Over the course of the 21st century, mankind experimented with wormhole technology and successfully built jumpgates in space between Earth and Mars paving the way for the colonization of the solar system and interstellar transport.Unlike before, this part of the network is inhabited by several space faring alien races and the descendants of Nathan R. The Terraformers are attempting to get to Earth and Kyle must stop them.The fictional X-Universe is a collection of sectors connected by two-way jumpgates.There were alien jumpgates which the human constructed gates could connect to.The Terrans had discovered the X Universe, a seemingly uninhabited collection of star systems connected by a vast network of large, bi-directional jump gates.
During a software update several flaws were introduced into the Terraformer fleet and distributed between them causing a radical change in behaviour.
This compels the player to explore the sectors of the different races to discover the most useful upgrades, and most profitable trade routes.
For convenience, most stations and facilities are located in the space between the jumpgates, known as the "ecliptic plane".
The total number of sectors is unknown, but the number of "discovered" sectors has increased in each game; from 54, in X: Beyond the Frontier, to over 200 in X³: Terran Conflict, including the re-discovered Sol system.
Sectors typically orbit planets, within a star system.A jumpgate was shuttled to Alpha Centauri in an attempt to claim a foothold in interstellar space.