SEGA's strategy Humankind is getting its first expansion named Together We Rule sometime this Autumn. The expansion is set to introduce new features, units and free content.
Named Together We Rule, the expansion is coming later this year in Autumn, presumably to PC and consoles.
According to the developer Amplitude Studios , Together We Rule is focused on Diplomacy and Espionage and introduces the Congress of Humankind, Embassies, Agents and a new Diplomatic culture affinity.
Here's the breakdown of everything that will be coming with Together We Rule update:
- Congress of Humankind - The congress will allow players to vote and decide on global doctrines and arbitrate international conflicts together.
- Embassy - A new Quarter allowing players to sign agreements that are beneficial for both empires, like joint training or research agreements. Or use your Leverage currency to force an empire to take specific actions to your benefit, like lowering war support or enforcing demands.
- Agents - Use this new unit family to gather Leverage. They will also allow you to infiltrate, sabotage and disinform other empires.
- Diplomatic Affinity + 6 New Cultures- The new Diplomatic Affinity allows its cultures to have a more active role in the world’s diplomacy.
- Their Active Ability allows them to demilitarize a territory for 10 turns, while their Passive Ability allows all their units, beyond just agents, to collect Leverage.
- The 6 new cultures are the Sumerians, the Han Chinese, the Bulgarians, the Swiss, the Scots, and the Singaporeans.
- 6 new wonders, new narrative events, new music – Monument Valley, Pamukkale, Chocolate Hills, Eldgjá, Palace of Versailles, and the Congress of Humankind Headquarters.
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