Tropico 6 once more lets you live out the fantasy of becoming a dictator. Regardless of your approach to ruling over your Tropicans, you'll have to take several of their needs into consideration to keep them happy. While the odd election fraud or increased military presence have their perks, keeping an eye on the level of Tropico 6 Liberty Happiness on your island isn't something you should gloss over.
Here's all you need to know about improving your islanders' Tropico 6 Liberty Happiness .
Tropico 6 Liberty Happiness
Liberty is a type of happiness your citizens require in order to live good lives. When you set off, Tropico 6 Liberty Happiness won't be too much of a concern, its level slowly raising by default. However, as you begin placing certain structures, especially those from the Government and Military tabs, your island's liberty levels will soon take a hit. Specific Edicts can also do that and disgruntled Tropicans aren't something you want, as they can decide to leave the island or, worse, rebel against El Presidente.
Thankfully, there are ways to counter decreasing levels of Tropico 6 Liberty Happiness. The radical choice would be to demolish the buildings causing Liberty to plummet, but you'll often not want to do that. Building a Newspaper next to residential areas is a good first step towards increasing liberty. You'll see the building's area of effect as a blue circle when you place it. Try to cover as much ground as you can.
Schools are another way of increasing your island's Tropico 6 Liberty Happiness level, as are Libraries when used with the Uncensored Portfolio option. You'll have to research these buildings first, however. The most expensive way of keeping your Liberty levels up are Radio and TV Stations, both buildings that also require research. The types and amount of buildings you'll end up needing will depend on how you develop your island, but if that Liberty number's going down, these are your options to turn it around.