systemd 248 RC3 Released With Extension Images Support, New Security Capabilities
Systemd 248 reached its release candidate phase at the end of February and now it looks like in the near future the stable release will be christened.
Systemd 248 has many changes including the new notion of "system extension images", a new "veritytab" configuration file, support for unlocking LUKS2 volumes using TPM2 hardware or FIDO2 keys, a new "systemd-cryptenroll" tool, network improvements, the out-of-memory daemon (systemd-oomd) is now more mature, and other changes.
More details and downloads of 248-RC3 is available via systemd on GitHub. There is also the work-in-progress NEWS file outlining more of the pending systemd 248 changes.