So far, we've learned one of the new districts in the game will be the Government District (henceforth, GD). According to game developer interviews, players will only be able to build the GD once, and it will aid in the redesigned government policy system. Depending on the government you have, certain buildings will unlock, providing bonuses to your civ. Loyalty will be tied to the GD in some manner, and from what I hear about the governor system, the resource points required to gain governors will probably accumulate at GDs (makes sense, since faith comes from Holy Sites, GPP from respective districts, etc.). I am interested in hearing from others about this new District. With both the GD and loyalty now in play, I can see us returning to the days of always building courthouses (likely a main GD building) in every city to stem unhappiness/corruption (although now courthouses will probably boost loyalty). Will the GD need to be built in our capital, or can it be located elsewhere (a second capital, if you will)? Plus, with all of these new districts, will the district cap be raised, or district costs lowered, so that players can take advantage of all these new districts? Inquiring minds want to know!