After waiting for a considerable amount of time, the free Libra patch 3.3 update is finally being released by Paradox on February 23, after the beta testing has finished.
Paradox have been beta testing the Libra patch 3.3 update for some time now, with all of its numerous updates. To get ready for February 23, the release date for this patch, let's go over some changes that will be implemented into the game.
The biggest general change to the game will come in the form of a large Unity rework. The resource will have more of an impact on your population to band as a whole, for the betterment of society.
Speaking of populations and betterment, your citizens will now have the opportunity to be exempt from working, as Stellaris will add Zombies into the game, as a disposable workforce. These new additions to the game cannot produce leaders, have no happiness, are infertile, and can only work Worker strata jobs.
This, in turn, will influence another new mechanic implemented into the game, the Planetary Ascension Tiers. This is a way of improving your core worlds by expending Unity. However, be careful of any sort of expansion, as large empires will no longer be able to mitigate the empire sprawl, as all means of increasing Administrative Capacity have been removed.
These are the largest changes that will soon hit Stellaris, and we can't wait to try them out and see how they interact with each other, as well as the existing in-game mechanics.