Paradox Interactive have announced the 11th (!) paid major expansion of Crusader Kings II called Conclave. The new expansion will focus on adding systems to undercut the power of the player (the supreme ruler) as councils will have a say in your decisions.
Crusader Kings II was originally released February, 2012 and while 11 expansions is a lot the pace has dropped in times and Conclave will be the first major one since Horse Lords released in June last year.
Here are some handy bullet points with the new and improved features found in Conclave.
• Councils can now vote on changes to realm laws - or you can try to limit their power and influence
• Revised education system for royal children, with new traits and events designed for childhood
• New diplomatic system that prioritizes marital alliances and non-aggression pacts, as well as the possibility of coalitions
• Improved military combat model with a greater emphasis on morale, as well as new rules for mercenary companies
• And many more smaller changes including the usual tweaks to how the AI prioritizes its decisions.
Conclave will see release early in 2016.