Celebrating the 25th anniversary of the acclaimed turn-based strategy franchise, 2K Games and Firaxis announced the Sid Meier’s Civilization VI. This time they are giving us the opportunity to explore new ways to interact with the world, expand your empire across the map, promote the progress of your culture and compete against the most important leaders in history to create a civilization that will stand on the hard time.

Sid Meier’s Civilization VI Announced for 21 October, 2016 – Trailer and Screenshots

Civilization, originally created by Sid Meier, the legendary game designer, it is a turn-based strategy game in which your goal is to build an empire. Conquer the world by establishing and leading your own civilization from the Stone Age to the Information Age. Libra wars, diplomacy, promotes the progress of your culture and confront face to face the most important leaders in history to develop the largest ever known civilization.

Sid Meier’s Civilization VI offers new ways to interact with your world: now the cities can expand physically on the map, active research, technology and culture unlocks new potential and leaders act according to their historical features while trying to get the victory of one of the five possible ways.


Look at the wonders of your empire around the map as you’ve never done. Each city covers several fields, allowing you to customize the cities and get the most out of the ground.


Unlocks improvements to accelerate the progress of your civilization throughout history. To move faster, use your units actively to explore, develop the environment and discover new cultures.


Throughout the game, interactions with other civilizations are changing. At first, they dominated by violent conflict, and towards the end stand the negotiations and partnerships.


To expand the role of “” one unit per box “” now support units can be combined with other units, such as infantry with anti-tank or a warrior with the settlers. You can also combine similar units to create powerful units “” Corps “”.


In addition to traditional multiplayer modes, cooperate and compete with your friends in a variety of situations designed to be completed in a single session.


Civilization VI gives veteran players new ways to create and improve their civilization to expand the odds of success. Thanks to the new system of tutorials, new players will easily learn the basics.

Sid Meier’s Civilization VI will be available for the PC via Steam next October 21, the Standard version will cost you $60 and $80 for Digital Deluxe. Those who will attend E3 2016 can try it for the first time in booth # 1601.




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