Stellaris 3.4 Patch Notes (Cepheus Update) – Overload DLC

Stellaris update 3.4 and Overload expansion is now available to download on PC. According to the official Stellaris 3.4 patch notes, the latest update added a plethora of new changes, bug fixes, AI, and performance improvements. Apart from this, Stellaris patch 3.4 also includes various stability fixes.


Note: Stellaris update 3.4 for PS4 and Xbox will roll out at later date.

Recently, a major update was released with new features, changes, and quality of life improvements. Unfortunately, players are still experiencing several issues while playing the game.


Today’s Stellaris patch 3.4 will address a few of these issues. Check out more details below.

Stellaris Overload Expansion Details

Vassal Specializations

Overlord will allow you to assign a Vassal Specialization to your subjects. Each Vassal Specialization has a specific focus: the Bulwark, which focuses on defense and military strength; the Prospectorium, which focuses on resource collection and production; and the Scholarium, which focuses on scientific advancement.

Each of these specializations will level up over time, unlocking unique new abilities available only for their chosen Vassal Specialization for you and your Vassals.


Holdings are buildings that are owned by the overlord but are established on a Subject’s planet. Overlord comes with a plethora of additional holding building options, as well as the ability to build multiple Holdings in a single Vassal’s space.

Holdings also have the ability to change your subject’s opinion of you, so choose wisely: Whether you become a benevolent overlord, or tightly grip the reigns of power, will be determined by your actions.

New Enclaves

There are three new enclaves included in Overlord: the mysterious Shroudwalker enclave, the industrious Salvager Enclave, and the enterprising Mercenary Enclave.

The Shroudwalkers will, for a fee, reach into the Shroud to attempt to determine your fate. The Shroud is fickle, however, and whether this proves to be a boon to your empire is not guaranteed. Should they trust you, they may offer you the ability to purchase a Shroud Beacon, which allows your ships to take a shortcut through the Shroud.

Salvager Enclaves pursue Engineering as their natural calling. They will gladly take your “combat-proven” starships, and will even compensate you for the opportunity. They also regularly have many second-hand vessels for purchase, and can offer you a unique starbase building to speed up repairs, salvage your debris, and more!

The Mercenary Enclave is a change from what we normally know as an Enclave. The Mercenary Enclave is an enclave that you decide to host, as opposed to one you find in the unknowns of space. Rather than sending outdated ships for scrap or dismantling them, with Overlord, you gain the ability to form a Mercenary Enclave, who will take your ships and fight for coin instead of country.


Added three new Megastructures, with tech requirements that are lower in the tech tree than Mega Engineering. The Hyper Relay allows fast travel across your empire, the Quantum Catapult can send your fleets on a one-way trip to a portion of the galaxy, and Orbital Rings will allow you to have extra starbase capacity in a system, or provide bonuses to the planet it encircles.

Hyper Relays, when constructed in adjacent systems connected by a hyperlane, will allow fast travel across those systems. No longer will your fleets have to slog across an entire system, now they simply enter the Hyper Relay Network, and jump from Relay to Relay across your empire. You can also construct Hyper Relays in your Vassal’s space and travel through your allies’ Hyper Relay Network.

The Quantum Catapult allows its owner to fire selected fleets across the galaxy. Be warned that this process isn’t guaranteed, and sending multiple fleets can result in your forces spread across a sector — or even in uncharted or closed space — rather than orbiting your enemy’s homeworld as you intended.

Orbital Rings allow you to build taller than ever before. Orbital Ring installations can construct ships, optimize production on the planet below and even increase the living space on the planet they encircle.


In the Imperial Fiefdom Origin, your empire was met and subjugated by an advanced species before it developed faster-than-light travel. Now that you’ve discovered how to break the lightspeed barrier, your overlord will offer you the opportunity to choose your specialization. Will you be a loyal vassal and cater to your overlord’s whims, or throw off the shackles and become the overlord yourself?

With the Teachers of the Shroud Origin, your species has lived under the influence of a Shroudwalker Enclave for many years, developing your species’ latent Psionic potential. Now that you’ve taken your first steps out into the stars, they’ve shown you how to build a Shroud Beacon, offering a way to take a shortcut across the Shroud.

Your ancestors spent eons watching mysterious streaks in the night sky before the lights went dark. In Slingshot to the Stars, you can discover the device that caused these mysterious streaks, and bring to light the story of the empire that left the ruined Quantum Catapult behind.

Subterranean starts you off as a species forced to retreat underground. Whether for protection from predators, shelter from harmful radiation, or safe harbor from atmospheric storms: your species has lived underground for generations. Growing tired of just feasting on the mineral wealth of your home planet, now your species has their eyes set on the stars. Whatever the climate of the planets you find, you’ve spent generations preparing, and your species is ready to face the challenge.


Whether you’re ruling the galaxy from the bridge of your flagship or from the opulent capital of your magnificent homeworld, Overlord will grant you the following perks of leadership:

Rulers Make the Rules:

  • New vassalization mechanics let you define the role of your new subjects – create new Specialist Empires to grow into economic superpowers, military specialists, and technological creators. Negotiate or demand contracts and agreements between your vassals to define the future of dozens of worlds, and reap the benefits!

A Galaxy United (Under You):

  • Seek out and unite scattered empires across the stars! As you explore the vast galaxy you’ll encounter more unique enclaves of people, from mysterious shroudwalkers to militaristic mercenaries and crafty salvagers. Will you forge a mutually beneficial relationship and earn their unique services, or will they submit to your rule by force?

Five New Origins to Lord Over:

  • Imperial Fiefdom – You may be just a Specialist Empire now, but some day, the galaxy may need a new ruler… shouldn’t it be you?

  • Slingshot to the Stars – The ruined remains of a Quantum Catapult have been discovered near your homeworld – what secrets might it unlock if your people are clever enough to bring it back online?

  • Subterranean – Your species adapted to life underground, excelling in mining and archaeology. See what awaits you far, far above the surface!

  • Teachers of the Shroud – Developing in contact with the curious psions known as the Shroudwalkers, your empire has learned a thing or two about expanding their minds!

  • Progenitor Hive – Under your leadership, this hivemind empire can achieve more than ever before… but without your guidance, the hive will fall to ruin!

Engineer the Future and Showcase Your Power:

  • New feats of technology will give your empire the edge it needs to become the dominant force across the galaxy.

  • Orbital Rings will elevate your influence (and defense) in grand displays of power from your planets further into space.

  • Hyper Relays will give your fleets the ability to enforce your will across the stars faster than ever before.

  • Quantum Catapults enable new ways to react quicker in the galaxy while projecting your might – but it’s a daring one-way trip for your fleet!

  • Four new music tracks to inspire your rise to greatness.

Stellaris 3.4 Cepheus Update Patch Notes

Features and Changes

  • Situations – Include a new system for tracking and interacting with ongoing stories in your empire
    • Deficit Situations will trigger if you have a negative monthly balance of a resource and it runs out.
    • Revolt Situations may trigger on planets with low stability, overhauling previous rebellion mechanics.
    • Machine Uprising Situation replaces old Machine Uprising event (requires synthetic dawn)
    • Leviathan Situations celebrate your great triumphs when besting such mighty beasts.
    • Other narrative Situations have been implemented to add even more flavor to your campaigns.
  • Negotiation of Subjugation Agreements – The terms of subjugation agreements can now be negotiated and changed. Some terms that can be altered include:
    • Integration Possibility
    • Diplomatic Freedom
    • Ability to Expand
    • Resource Subsidies and Tithes
    • Defensive and Offensive War Responsibilities
    • Overlord Holding Limit
    • Sensor Sharing

The default terms of some contracts have been updated to fit the new system, and some specific terms or settings require Overlord.

  • Allegiance Wars – The Pledge Secret Fealty diplomatic action has been added, which allows subject empires to secretly plot with a new overlord. This permits a War of Allegiance – a new war goal that allows empires to fight other Overlords for control of subjects that have pledged secret fealty to them. All subjects that have pledged secret fealty will turn on their former overlord during the war.
  • Subject Changes/Improvements:
    • Overlords can now build a holding on Subject Planets (holdings may require certain civics, origins, or DLC)
      • Overlord Garrison
      • Emporium
      • Aid Agency
      • Ranger Lodge – Environmentalist Civic
      • Noble Chateaus – Aristocratic Elite Civic
      • Recruitment Center – Citizens Service Civic
      • Gaia Seeder Outpost – Idyllic Bloom Civic (requires Plantoids)
      • Tree of Life Sapling – Tree of Life Origin (requires Utopia)
      • Dread Outpost – Reanimators Civic (requires Necroids)
      • Sacrificial Shrine – Death Cult Civics (requires Necroids)
      • Reemployment Center – Permanent Employment Civic (requires Necroids and Megacorp)
      • Franchising HQ – Franchising Civic (requires Megacorp)
      • Communal Housing Outreach – Shared Burdens Civic (requires Utopia)
      • Organic Haven – Rogue Servitor Civic (requires Synthetic Dawn)
      • Experimental Crater – Calamitous Birth Origin (requires Lithoids)
      • And twelve more holdings with Overlord.
    • Subjects now have a Loyalty value, rather than loyalty solely depending on their opinion of their overlord.
    • Subjects’ ethical compatibility with their Overlords may result in a monthly loyalty bonus or penalty.
    • Having more than one subject adds a monthly loyalty penalty to all subjects, which can be worked around with various civics and or the Shared Destiny ascension perk.
    • Subjects and Overlords have a bonus to infiltration growth on each other.
    • Operations on your subject or Overlord are reduced in difficulty.
    • Additional trade deal options between subjects and Overlords have been added.
    • Releasing a sector as subject now grants an initial 100 intel on that subject.
    • Integration is disabled by default.
    • Sectors released as subjects can now inherit the following origins from their parent empire, where appropriate – Progenitor Hive, Subterranean, Void Dweller, or Calamitous Birth.
    • Gateways (and Hyper Relays) can now be built in subject space.
    • AI Subjects of Player Empires now receive AI bonuses as if the difficulty level of the game were one level lower, rather than losing their bonuses entirely.
  • MegaCorp Improvements as both Overlords and Subjects:
    • Empires that are the target of Impose Ideology wars or those created from Status Quo peace deals are no longer rival Megacorps, but instead Oligarchies with the Merchant Guilds civic.
    • Corporate Overlords can establish branch offices in their non-corporate subjects without having to sign a Commercial Pact. Likewise, corporate subjects with a non-corporate overlord can open branch offices in their overlord and fellow subjects.
  • Major improvements to Planetary Automation:
    • Planetary Automation scripts based on designation are now more focused regarding what they build.

Right clicking on the planetary automation button will now open a menu which allows you to customize your focus of planetary automation: for instance, as well as the designation based focus (“build more minerals buildings”), it lets you enable handling of amenities and housing, crime, as well as more specialized building options such as psi corps.

Sector automation and planetary automation have been unified into the same system (sector automation will activate planetary automation for all planets in the sector, and assign relevant planetary designation types to the planets unless overridden.)

    • Additional planetary or sector automation options have been added:
      • Added a Unity sector automation setting
      • Forge, Factory and Industrial designations are now available on Ring Worlds
      • Fortress world designation is now available on Machine Worlds and Hive Worlds
  • Automatic Resettlement Improvements
    • The Auto Resettlement formula for picking which planet pops will be resettled to has been improved: it is now easier to steer pops towards your capital and other special worlds (e.g. ring worlds).
      • Pops will now pick which planet to auto-migrate to based on which planet has the most free jobs, rather than the least. They also now take free housing into account better
      • “Ideal” worlds such as ring worlds, gaia worlds, hive worlds and machine worlds now have a 50% higher score when pops are deciding where to automatically resettle to. So they are more likely to want to move to your newly-founded ring world, for instance. Capital world planet designations also have a +10% score, and freshly founded colonies have 25% from their designation.
    • The resettlement tooltip (found by hovering over unemployment in the planet view) now provides far greater insights into how the system works, including showing the reasons pops cannot automatically resettle or the planet they are most likely to resettle to.
    • The outliner has been updated so planets with unemployed pops that are auto-migrating are now shown a yellow suitcase. The red suitcase should only appear if the planet actually requires your attention to resolve the unemployment problem.
  • Various AI improvements with a focus on military behavior – full details in section below
  • Added 73 new flag emblems, 63 new flag backgrounds and 47 new flag colors (including white!).
    • 12 new emblems each to match the Plantoid, Lithoid, Necroid, Aquatic, and Imperial shipsets
    • 6 new emblems for the Corporate and Legion categories
    • 1 new emblem for Paradox Arctic in Umeå
  • Added improved human portraits, with 5 phenotypes, 5 eye colors, 7 clothing styles and many, many hairstyles (including facial hair)!
  • Added Japanese and Korean language support.


  • Subjugation casus belli is now automatically granted towards inferior empires.
  • The Parliamentary System civic now allows factions to be generated much earlier in the game.
  • Defense Platforms now have increased range, fire rate, tracking, and hull points, and are faster to build.
  • Base market price for slaves doubled from 500 to 1000 energy credits to make selling pops more viable. Slave traits cost Modifiers for the Slave Market have been increased by roughly 10 times for positive ones and 4 times for negative traits.
  • Endgame Crises can now happen after 25 years rather than 50 of the End Times.
  • The Plunder wargoal now increases the chance to steal relics (that aren’t the Galatron) to 50%.
  • The Numistic Administration trait no longer provides an increase to energy output, it now provides a +33% output to trade value from jobs.
  • Removed the requirement to have an upgraded capital building in order to build research labs or rare resource manufacturing buildings
  • The Shared Destiny AP no longer affects subject integration cost or trust, instead removes the monthly loyalty penalty from having multiple subjects. Additionally, it can now be taken by Corporate empires.
  • The Grasp the Void AP now grants increased draw weight for FTL travel techs.
  • The Unbidden can no longer spawn in pulsar systems (as the star will disable their Dimensional Portal’s shields)
  • Resistance is Frugal no longer grants your strongholds a unity production of 3, instead it gives you 0.5 unity for each defensive army you have.
  • Strength of Legions and Warbots now start with rank 3 Admirals and Generals.
  • Espionage Operations now cost Influence to start rather than Energy Credits. Costs have been reduced by a factor of 10.

Low Military Intel is now gained at 30 Intel instead of 40 and Medium Military Intel is now gained at 60 Intel instead of 70. The effects of Medium and High Military Intel have been swapped – medium now allows you to view ship loadout, high now grants visibility of location of military fleets.

  • Added a nanites deposit to the Scavenger Bot system so you can use the reward you get for killing it.
  • The Subterranean empire from the Seismic Disturbances event chain now spawns with the new Subterranean origin.
  • Numistic Data Modeling technology now provides +5% Trade Value.


  • With sufficient Intel, there will now be a notification that the AI is planning to declare war on the player.
  • Fixed a variety of AI military fleet behavior issues, including:
    • AI will be better at merging fleets where that makes sense (e.g. during peacetime, or when they have the same mission)
    • Fixed issues where your allies would follow your take point command even though they were not hostile to your targets, and several other issues with take point and follow fleet behavior
    • AI will now more actively engage hostile crises if they or their allies have been attacked by them
    • Fixed an issue where an AI fleet could get trapped in an enemy system by a disabled starbase. It will now approach the starbase to capture it.
  • AI will now enable buildings that have been disabled.
  • AI will now scale the production of rare resources according to the size of their economy.
  • Moderately reduced the frequency of how often AI will sell slaves on the market.
  • AI will now only consider jobs producing at least 3 amenities when doing the planet amenity balancing logic.
  • AI will now declare “death spiral status” if they have 0 minerals and a negative mineral income. Jobs consuming minerals will be deprioritized until a sufficient mineral income has been reached and the empire can start rebuilding itself.
  • The AI will now wait for a period of time before changing planet designations when taking over a player empire in multiplayer.
  • AI members of a federation will no longer propose a vote on a law change that has been proposed in the last 10 years by anyone in the Federation.
  • The player now gets a notification when the AI has recalled their embassy.
  • AI will now only propose an embassy if they have a positive +50 relation and remove their embassy if they have lower than -50
  • The AI is now better at dealing with non-standard colony ships (e.g. private colony ships, Lithoid colony asteroids).
  • AI will now sell resources more aggressively to buy what they need in order to recover from death spiral type situations.

Fixed several issues with Galactic Community voting, AI will no longer propose resolutions against their alignment, AI can recall their proposals or vote against their own proposals in some situations where it makes sense. Tooltips will now show the reasons an AI empire is voting the way they are.


  • Added new section in outliner for loaned out fleets (lease timer and its tooltip).
  • The alert for diminishing resource stockpiles now properly only lists resources which you will imminently run out of.
  • Added tooltips for agreement presets and specialist types to the Agreements view.
  • The outliner will now tell you about blockers you can remove if you are approaching the planet’s carrying capacity and therefore suffering growth penalties.
  • Improved the layout of the Host DLC icons and surrounding elements in the Multiplayer Lobby.
  • Moved the “Copy Server ID” functionality to a separate button in the multiplayer lobby.

Performance & Stability

  • Optimized calculations for whether you are in breach of any galcom resolutions, which should provide a boost if many sanctions have been passed.
  • Improved the performance of using triggered economic category modifiers.
  • Improved performance of bypass handling in pathfinding to account for the fact that there are now many more of them in the galaxy (via hyper relays).
  • Adjusted various ship textures for improved performance.

Other Improvements

  • Significantly improved pop job assignment weightings:
    • Automatic scripted handling of resource output, trade and amenity bonuses and penalties from traits, i.e. pops with the better traits for the job will more reliably take the job. This eliminated many errors where we had imperfectly attempted to achieve this result in a much less robust and more verbose way.
    • Weighting now takes into account output penalties from low habitability
    • If you are in deficit, jobs producing that resource will now be weighted significantly higher, so your pops won’t ignore mining jobs while your empire burns for lack of miners.
  • Added new Subjugation War Terms policy, which sets the default Agreement Terms used when subjugating other empires through war.
  • You can now nominate other empires to Custodianship, provided they meet the requirements.

Idyllic Bloom has been improved by allowing construction of the Gaia-Seeder buildings (and holding!) to be built on a wider range of planet types, in exchange for increased upkeep, depending on the empire’s terraforming technology. In addition, the civic can now be combined with the Life-Seeded and Shattered Ring origins. Finally, Idyllic Bloom empires start with a Phase 1 Gaia-Seeder on their capital where appropriate.

  • Shroud Entities that propose Covenants will now prefer empires that have ethics or civics that match their outlook. The End of the Cycle is more likely to offer a Covenant if another empire is a level 5 crisis.
  • Several improvements to Baol/Zroni spawning: they will no longer spawn arc sites in your capital system, one of the Baol arc sites is now vastly less likely to spawn in someone else’s territory, and they are a bit less likely to all spawn in a heap in neighboring systems.
  • Modifiers giving administrator output now correctly reflect the sort of administrators the empire uses.
  • Individual names for game objects can now be localized, allowing players to read names in their own language.
  • Renamed the Corporate and Gestalt versions of Catalytic Processing to Catalytic Recyclers and Organic Reprocessing respectively.
  • Quget.

Bug Fixes

  • Federation allies in Common Ground and Hegemony origins no longer start with 0 resources (sometimes therefore falling into deficit immediately)
  • Multi-path jumps should now show proper arrows.
  • Bypass travel times are now correctly specified in days.
  • War exhaustion icon now displays the correct values when resuming a saved game.
  • Fixed the appearance of invalid em dash characters in a Crisis diplomacy message and a First Contact/Diplomacy tutorial event.
  • Update to VIR’s diplomatic tact subroutines: the tutorial no longer refers to enclaves as likely possessing an animal intelligence.
  • Added a scrollbar to planetary production resources in planetview so they don’t overflow.
  • Fixed a variety of issues and oversights where the job weight scripts would not take into account all production bonuses given by traits.
  • Fixed certain megastructure construction positions.
  • Planet automation can now use resources from the shared stockpile even when not part of a sector.
  • Fixed some cases where you would get popups that instantly disappeared while being in a federation.
  • Fixed DLC icons in the Multiplayer lobby sometimes escaping outside of their container.
  • Fixed Ancrel.4078 “Fire” event triggering for species that don’t eat food.
  • Fixed order of repaired ringworld segments for ruined and partially ruined ringworlds.
  • Added emissive_recolor_crunch on some ships and turrets that lacked it
  • Deviant drones no longer provide trade value based off their living standards.
  • Gestalts can no longer get the Numistic Data Modeling tech.
  • Fixed rare case where the empire flag would be randomized for empires created in MP.
  • Fixed certain colony designation effects not having Planetary Ascension multipliers applied to them,
  • Fixed a bug where empires could sometimes (e.g. on revolts) end up registering as owning more starbases than they actually did for a time.
  • Fixed the ship reinforce button sometimes telling you repeatedly that there are no available shipyards.

Enrolled engineers in the Curator’s seminar on “Ringworld Repairs and You!” (Repaired ringworlds from the shattered ring origin and alpha refuge no longer have display issues).

  • The shard will no longer inform the player twice about its demise.
  • Fixed an issue where the list of supporters for an upcoming resolution in the Galactic Community didn’t refresh correctly when clicking between two Resolutions with the same number of supporters.
  • Fixed armies being mistaken for buildings in some build queue tooltips
  • Here Be Dragons empires are now less amazed to see an Ether Drake (it’s still a remarkable occurrence, but not something the likes of which they’ve never seen before)
  • Fixed an issue where only one pop would switch jobs when shift-clicking to change job priority
  • Sectors released as subjects by empires with the Pompous Purist civic will have the civic removed.
  • Fixed some issues with AI Uprising Empires, where the created empire would have unreasonably large fleets, but could also immediately go bankrupt in several resources.
  • Fixed issue with scrollbars ending up outside of the technology window in the “researched” tab of the technology view.
  • Fixed Starbase triggered station modifiers not always applying properly (which means that now e.g. Offworld Trading Companies have an effect again)
  • Fixed some cases where countries would have policies set that they were not meant to be allowed to choose.
  • Fixed players being unable to replace e.g. a Mining District with an Industrial District if they were already replacing two Generator Districts with Industrial Districts.
  • Fixed scrollbar for DLC feature descriptions not being reset.
  • Fixed unlocalized DLC names in Multiplayer lobby.
  • Fixed tooltips for Mortal Initiates.
  • Fixed truncated data percentage in fleet view (in simple chinese).
  • Fixed fleet orders and activity text localisation overlaps.

Non-Disclosure Agreements in the Subterfuge traditions now correctly states that it increases Infiltration Required for hostile operations, rather than saying it increased the cost.

  • Added alternate text and event rewards for when Gestalt empires with the Doomsday origin colonize their first planet.
  • Transit Hubs no longer have incorrect and outdated text referring to previous versions of the automatic resettlement system.
  • Improved tooltips for Plunder wargoal.
  • Fixed federation background not rendering correctly
  • Fallen Empires spawned from the Scion origin have the correct graphical culture.
  • Fixed some issues where Artificers had the Artisan icon in certain texts
  • Fixed missing modifier icon for Ancient Trading Route
  • Fixed a rendering issue with drop pods.
  • Fixed a rendering issue with the mammalian orbital habitat.
  • Fixed some megastructures not animating properly.
  • Fixed hyperlane shader.


  • Script Values, Variables and Modifiers:
    • Added scripted_modifier directory where you can define new modifiers you can use in static_modifiers and apply via modifier:<modifier>
    • Solved issues where certain modifiers (or static modifiers in modifier fields) were not useable in certain places due to load order issues
    • Added the ability to use mult = value:script_value in triggered modifiers
    • Added support for “square = yes”, “square_root = yes”and “pow = x” in script values
    • The game will no longer spit out errors about event targets if you try to feed a parameter with decimal places (e.g. 0.5) into a script value
    • Added trigger check_economic_production_modifier_for_job to simplify job weights; rolled out script values across job weight calculations
    • Amended the distance_to_empire to support use of script values (both it in them and them in it)
  • Agreements, Subject Types and other Subjugation Topics:
    • Added new ‘agreement’ scope type
    • Added new database in common/agreement_presets for scripting presets of subject agreements
    • Added new database in common/agreement_term_values for scripting different options for subject agreement terms
    • Added new static database in common/agreement_terms for scripting terms for subject agreements
    • Replaced triggers can_be_subject, is_subject_type, and has_tributary with as scripted triggers
    • Added new ‘subjects’ trigger to check how many subjects a country has, regardless of agreement preset
    • Added agreement_event as an event type, along with an agreement_event effect
    • Added on_agreement_change_accepted on action that triggers when a subject agreement negotiation has been accepted
    • Added remove_secret_fealty effect to remove a secret fealty pact between two countries
    • Added trigger has_secret_fealty_with to check if there is a secret fealty between two empires
    • Add ‘has_monthly_loyalty’ trigger to check a subject’s monthly loyalty
    • Add ‘has_loyalty’ trigger to check a subject’s loyalty
    • Added an agreement_preset trigger for checking the selected preset in the agreement scope
    • Added new effect for setting the preset of a subject agreement
    • Added the effect set_agreement_terms for setting the terms of a subject agreement
    • Added a trigger to check if a subject agreement has an active specialization for a specified specialist type
    • Added a trigger to check the specialist level of a subject agreement
    • Added a trigger to check if a subject agreement has a specific specialist perk active
    • Added use_demanded_terms parameter to set_subject_of effect for applying agreement terms of previously demanded agreement diplo action
  • Added highly scriptable Situations system with many flexible parameters, effects and triggers
    • Situations are now their own scope (accessible via “any_situation”)
    • You can fire a new Situation via start_situation effect
    • The properties of the Situation are customizable in the common/situations folder. A documentation file provides full information on what parameters are available within the system (e.g. how fast the Situation progresses, what happens at various stages of it, and how the interface should look)
  • Added ImGui UI System
    • DearImGui is a third party UI development tool that helps us rapidly develop debug UIs.
    • Use “ImGui show” command to view a list of available views.
    • Use “ImGui show <view name>” to open an ImGui view.
    • Current release contains demo views and a “fleets” view for viewing internal fleet and ship data.
  • You can now specify a pop faction as the location of your event and the button will take you there.
  • Added scripted checks to diplomatic actions such that it is possible to forbid AI from doing diplomatic actions via script.
  • Country types can now be given limited_military_construction and limited_leaders, which will let them build fleets and hire leaders but bypasses most other construction.

Turned effects store_galactic_community_leader_backup_data and restore_galactic_community_leader_backup_data into scripted effects using new, more flexible effects for storing and restoring backup data of a country

  • Added on_colony_yearly_pulse
  • Added on_colony_25_years_old on_action
  • Added planet_garrison_strength trigger
  • Converted has_citizenship_rights from a scripted trigger into a trigger. This makes its performance significantly better (useful as it is checked a lot)
  • Added disable_building and ruin_building effects
  • You can now use num_districts in country scope
  • Global script variables can now be accessed in localization with $@VariableName$
  • Added “direction = corewards/rimwards” parameter to spawn_system
  • Added trigger to check if a country has a Secret Fealty pact from a subject of the target country
  • Error logs within scripted effects and triggers will now have useful file locations again
  • Shifted script for how many of each ship an AI wants to build from country_types to ship_sizes.
  • Shifted script for which armies an AI wants to build to the army_types entries from country_types
  • It is now possible to limit which ships an aura will affect by using a ‘limit’ trigger in the aura block of the ship component script
  • Add support for scoping to last_created_design
  • Add script lists for owned ship designs
  • Added remove_ship_design and remove_global_ship_design effects
  • Added modifiers ship_friendly_territory_fire_rate_mult, ship_friendly_territory_accuracy_add, ship_friendly_territory_accuracy_mult, ship_friendly_territory_evasion_add, ship_friendly_territory_evasion_mult, ship_friendly_territory_shield_add, ship_friendly_territory_shield_mult, ship_friendly_territory_tracking_add, ship_friendly_territory_tracking_mult that is only active while in a friendly territory
  • Added count_starbase_buildings trigger
  • System scope is now supported on count_starbase_buildings and count_starbase_modules.
  • Added owner_type option to buildings to specify if a building is a holding or not
  • Added effects add_starbase_component and remove_starbase_component to add and remove ship components to starbases that are standalone from modules and buildings
  • Added empire and ship wide windup modifiers for all bypass types. Following the “mod_<bypass_type>_<empire|ship>_windup format
  • Added quantum catapult modifiers
  • Added on_pop_resettled on_action
  • Added the ability to do country_add_ethic = random
  • Added triggers num_researched_techs_of_tier and can_research_tier
  • Added a replaceable block to starbase modules taking scope From: Starbase, FromFrom: Starbase.Owner
  • Added a script folder common/tradable_actions that can be used for scripting actions that can be traded in trade deals
  • Improved performance of checking “all” on count_x script lists, and also fixed some cases where it was not possible for it to return true.
  • Added define for how long the AI will wait before proposing a federation law change after a change in that category has been proposed: AI_FEDERATION_PROPOSE_LAW_CATEGORY_COOLDOWN

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