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Imperator: Rome’s 2.0 overhaul makes big changes to the UI and warfare

Imperator: Rome's 2.0 overhaul makes big changes to the UI and warfare

Ancient-era grand strategy game Imperator: Rome‘s 2.0 update releases on February 16, bringing with it an overhaul of the game’s user interface and military system. The new legions and levies systems replace standing armies with levies raised for war, requiring technologies to innovate the idea of standing armies, now called legions. 

The update also brings a powerful change to character interactions, allowing Espionage against foreign powers to assess their manpower and treasury counts. Those stats are now hidden by default, unlike in other Paradox grand strategy games. The user interface overhaul is complete, an entirely new UI with a new visual style. The game also now supports nested tooltips, ala Crusader Kings 3

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