After the reveal of the seafaring Maori earlier this month, Firaxis has unveiled the latest nation to make its way into Civilization VI: Canada. And it wouldn't be Canada if the country's favourite sport wasn't replicated in-game somehow.
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Every big video game publisher plans out their marketing announcements meticulously, juggling dozens of bureaucratic balls every time it’s time for a new trailer or press release. When something interrupts those plans — like, say, Nintendo postponing a planned Nintendo Direct — weird things can happen.
Like three oddly-delivered Switch announcements including Final Fantasy 15 (Pocket Edition) and Civilization 6.
Last month, dadabouin went and did something I've never seen accomplished in Civilisation VI before: he built 34 wonders in the one city, arranged in a way that has me thankful Civ VI doesn't have Independence Day's landmark-destroying aliens in its faction lineup.
It took Civilization V two full expansions to become the classic it's regarded as today. Civilization VI is halfway there.
There's a long history of Civilization board games, from a 1980 title that kinda inspired the video game series to a number of versions (in 2002 and 2010) that have in turn been based on the video games. We can now add one more to the list, this time based loosely on Civilization VI.
There are few more difficult ways to win Civilization 6 than to score a Culture victory (which is kinda busted) on the game's hardest difficulty setting. Hats off to Tater596, then, for not only pulling it off, but managing to do so without going to war.
Here's Seamang64 playing Civ 6 on his laptop, able to claim that he "built Oxford University in Oxford in Oxford University in Oxford".