That's not the only change, there's been enhanced building updates, improvements to warp mode which lets you make small adjustments to the settlements, a more attractive (but not movable) legend, changes to how water is drawn, and there can now be more than one park in a city.
Now it's easy to design your own village or stunning fantasy landscape.
Jon Hodgson is a professional artist and his cartography Patreon has an impressive 215+ supporters.
This impressive cartography collection is a whole island for your players to explore. There's a volcano complete with dangerous streams of lava, ruins, temples, bridges and even an encampment hidden away.
It's a strange Kickstarter because all the backers have gone for the very highest tier; $100.
There are 60 different mats in the big book, wipe clean and sci-fi themed. Straight-away I found that the ring-binding didn't bother me at all.
The map is called Stars of the Middle Heavens and shows the Core Systems, the Outer Veil and the Frontier.
Each one is a grid of 50x50 one inch squares. One inch of gaming battle map is equivalent to 5-feet in the world of the dungeon.
What makes Wondercraft's lasso so impressive is that it automatically fills in the land in keeping with your map, or the sea, as you make changes.
There are even sound effects for the scene with the bog bubbling and cracking as the PCs struggled in the mud.