Fresh off the release of the Rulers of the Sahara leader pack, some even bigger news was revealed: Civilization 7 is coming. As for what we know about it, well…basically its (future) existence. We have no real idea of any new or returning gameplay features, or even leaders, beyond the ones that always appear in Civ games. With not even a release date announced, though, we can assume that it’s still a ways away. It’s also pretty safe to assume that no more new content will be coming out for Civilization 6, and that Firaxis will be devoting all of its time to the next game in the series.
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Four years after the original announcement of the game, the developers of Civilization VI have announced new content for the game, coming on a monthly basis for the next year.
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I’ve never played multiplayer in any Civilization game, and I’ve never particularly wanted to. And that’s not too uncommon, multiplayer for the game is very different from singleplayer, so much that it almost feels like a different game. Continue reading “Do I…actually want to play Civilization multiplayer?” →
Gathering Storm, the latest expansion to Civilization 6, is out today, and in addition to the new features, I’m looking also forward to the new civs that I get to play. All nine (or I suppose eight and a half, as I’ll get into later) have something that makes them worth trying out, but there are some I want to play first. Now, keep in mind that this isn’t necessarily the best new civilizations, they’re just the one’s I want to give a try before others. I’ll get a review of Gathering Storm out as soon as I can, and you can certainly guess who I’ll be playing first to write that review. Continue reading “The Civilizations I Want to Play First in Civ VI: Gathering Storm” →