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Civilization 6 Features Thread

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    Civilization 6 Features

    Civilizations

    There will be 18 civilizations in the base game plus an Aztec Pre-order Bonus


    America

    Leader - Theodore Roosevelt
    Historical Agenda -
    The Big Stick Does not like people who start wars on his continent
    Civilization Ability - Founding Fathers Halves the time needed to obtain Governmental Legacy Bonuses
    Leader Ability - Roosevelt Corollary Bonus to fighting on its home continent, Bonus Appeal for National Parks, Can build the Rough Rider which give +culture for kills on your home continent, combat bonus on hills
    Unique Unit - P-51 Mustang
    Unique Building -
    Film Studio Increases Tourism Pressure from city to other Civs in the Modern era

    Arabia

    Leader - Saladin
    Historical Agenda
    -
    Civilization Ability - The Last Prophet When the second-to-last Great Prophet is taken by another civ, Arabia automatically receive a great prophet, if they haven't already founded a religion.
    Leader Ability - Righteousness of the Faith Religious buildings (Pagoda, Synagogue, etc.) costs very little faith and provides bonus +science, +faith and +culture.
    Unique Unit - Mamluk Heals automatically at the end of each turn, even if it has attacked.
    Unique Building - Madrassa University replacement that gives extra science and extra faith based on the campus adjacency bonus.

    Brazil

    Leader - Pedro II
    Historical Agenda -
    Civilization Ability -
    Adjacency Bonus next to Rainforests is increased
    Leader Ability - Magnanimous - recoups some of the points cost when obtaining a Great Person
    Unique Unit - Minas Geraes Greater defense and Range
    Unique District - Carnival District - allows the construction of the Carnival Special Project that turns production into amenities and gives bonus Great person points at the conclusion

    China

    Leader - Qin Shi Huang
    Historical Agenda -
    Wall of 10,000 Li Hates people with more Wonders than him
    Civilization Ability - Dynastic Cycles China gets a larger boost from Eurekas and Inspirations
    Leader Ability - The First Emperor Builders an extra charge, and can use that to help rush Ancient/Classical wonders
    Unique Unit - Crouching Tiger Cannon Does not need strategic resources to build
    Unique Tile Improvement - Great Wall Provides a defensive and Gold bonus, and later Culture and Tourism. Must be built in a line along the edge of the empire

    Egypt

    Historical Agenda - - Does not like Militarily weak Civilizations
    Civilization Ability - Iteru You build Districts and Wonders next to rivers faster, Flood Plains do not block the construction of Districts or Wonders
    Leader Ability - Mediterranean's Bride +Gold to trad Routs you start, +gold to trade route other have with you and the originator gets a food bonus
    Unique Unit - Maryannu Chariot Archers Get an extra movement if they start the turn of flat land
    Unique Tile Improvement - Sphinx Monument +culture +faith, bonus if built next to a Wonder

    England

    Leader - Victoria
    Historical Agenda -
    Sun Never Sets likes civs on her home continent, and wants to expand to all continents. She doesn't like civs on continents where she doesn't have a city
    Civilization Ability - British Museum Archeological Museums have extra artifact slots and each museum gives more archeologists, Museums are automatically themes when full
    Leader Ability - Pax Britannica all Cities founded or captured on another Continent receive a free melee unit, can build the Red Coat combat bonus on non-home continent. No Disembark cost to movement.
    Unique Unit - Sea Dog can bully weaker units and capture enemy ships
    Unique District - Royal Navy Dockyard provides bonus movement for naval units built there, bonus gold for dockyards on other continents and great admiral points

    France

    Leader - Catherine de Medici
    Historical Agenda -
    Black Queen
    Civilization Ability -
    Grand Tour - Gain a bonus when constructing medieval, renaissance and industrial era wonders. +tourism for every wonder.
    Leader Ability - Catherine's Flying Squadron 1 extra level of diplomatic visibility than normal with every civilization she has met. Researching Castles yields an additional spy.
    Unique Unit - Garde Impériale - Gain a bonus when fighting on the home continent of France, and garner Great General points from kills.
    Unique Tile Improvement - Château +culture, bonus Culture for adjacency to Wonders. Must: next to a river

    Germany

    Leader - Frederick Barbarossa
    Historical Agenda -
    Iron Crown Does not like Civs that associate with City States
    Civilization Ability - Free Imperial Cities You can build 1 more District than the population cap would normally alllow
    Leader Ability - Holy Roman Emperor +1 Military Card Slot for Governments, bonus Combat against City State Units
    Unique Unit - U-Boat Cheaper to build, Combat and Sight Bonus in Deep Ocean
    Unique District - Hanse Major Production bonus next to Commercial Hub, Standard Production bonus for each adjacent resource, Minor production bonus for adjacent districts.

    Greece

    Leader - Pericles & Gorgo
    Pericles Historical Agenda
    - Delian League Likes civilizations that aren't competing for the same city-state allegiance. Dislikes civilizations that are directly competing for the city-state allegiance.
    Gorgo Historical Agenda - With Your Shield or On It Gorgo seeks glory in combat, therefore she will never give up items in a peace deal. She prefers civs who haven’t yielded in a peace deal and dislikes any civ who has surrendered in a peace deal or any civ who has never engaged in war.
    Civilization Ability - Plato's Republic All Governments get a free Wildcard slot
    Pericles Leader Ability - Surrounded by Glory Get a Culture bonus for each City State you are the Suzerain of
    Gorgo Leader Ability -Thermopylae +Culture from every defeated unit
    Unique Unit - Hoplite gets bonuses when adjacent to other Hoplites
    Unique District - Acropolis Get bonus culture from District Adjacency, even more from adjacency to the City Centre, Must: Be built on a Hill

    India

    Leader - Gandhi
    Historical Agenda
    Civilization Ability -
    Dharma India gets the Follower Belief of all Religions found in their cities
    Leader Ability - Satyagraha For each Civ India has meet and is not at war India receives a bonus to their Faith, opposing Civs get extra unhappiness points fighting wars against Gandhi
    Unique Unit - Varu Reduces the Combat Strength of adjacent Units
    Unique Improvement - Stepwell +food, +Housing, Bonus Food if next to Farm, bonus Faith if next to Holy Site

    Japan

    Leader - Hojo Tokimune
    Historical Agenda -
    Bushido he likes civilizations with a strong military, but only if they also produce faith or culture
    Civilization Ability - Meiji Restoration - Bonuses to district adjacency
    Leader Ability - Divine Wind Land units get a combat bonus when fighting near a coast, naval units get a combat bonus when fighting on shallow water tiles. Builds Theater Square, Encampment and Holy Site district in half the time.
    Unique Unit - Samurai Does not lose combat strength when wounded
    Unique Building - Electronics Factory Replaces Factory, gives out bonus production as well as culture (after researching electricity)to all nearby cities.

    Kongo

    Leader - Mvemba a Nzinga
    Historical Agenda - Enthusiastic Disciple -
    Likes civilizations that bring religions to Kongo. Dislikes civilizations that have founded a religion but not brought it to a Kongolese city.
    Civilization Ability - Nkisi Each Relic, Artifact and Great Work of Sculpture gets food, production and gold. Gets extra Great Artist, Writer, Musician and Merchant points each turn
    Leader Ability - Religious Convert - Can't build Holy Sites (and can't found a religion), but does gets all bonuses of any religion that has established itself in a majority of his cities. Gets an Apostle each time he finishes Mbanza and Theater District of that city's religion
    Unique Unit - Ngao Mbeba Extra defense vs ranged attacks, neither woods or rain forests slow them down or block sight, they don't need iron.
    Unique District - Mbanza +Housing, +Food, +Gold regardless of the Appeal of the tile, and can be built earlier than the Neighborhood, Must: only be built on Rainforest and Woods

    Norway

    Leader - Harald Hardrada
    Historical Agenda -
    Wants to have a big Navy, respects those who also have a big Navy, dislikes those with a weak Navy
    Civilization Ability - Knarr No cost to embark or disembark units, all Ships and embarked units can move into Ocean tiles with the Shipbuilding Technology, Melee Naval units heal in neutral territory
    Leader Ability - Thunderbolt of the North All Melee Ships can preform Coastal raids, Can build the Longship which can pillage coastal land and capture civilians on the coast, +movement
    Unique Unit - Berserker +movement if you start in enemy territory, +Attack, -Defence
    Unique Building - Stave Church All Temple bonuses, +Faith Adjacency bonus next to Woods

    Rome

    Leader - Trajan
    Historical Agenda - Optimus Princeps -
    Tries to include as much territory as possible in his empire. Does not like civilizations who control little territory.
    Civilization Ability - All Roads Lead to Rome Cities within trade route range start with roads to capital, all cities start with Trading Post, trade routes earn extra gold from passing through Trading Posts in own cities
    Leader Ability - Trajan's Column - All cities start with one free building in city center (usually monument)
    Unique Unit - Legion Functions as a Military Engineer (can build a Roman Fort), has limited charges like builders
    Unique District - Baths gives Amenities and more housing than Aqueduct, Must: be built next to the City Centre

    Russia

    Leader
    - Peter
    Historical Agenda -
    Civilization Ability - Mother Russia
    gives additional territory when the city was founded. +faith, +production on Tundra tiles.
    Leader Ability - Grand Embassy Gives science and culture from trade routes to the civilizations more advanced than Russia
    Unique Unit - Cossacks can move after attacking and has a combat bonus
    Unique District - Lavra Each time a great person is used in the city, that city get an extra tile free of charge.

    Scythia

    Leader - Queen Tomyris
    Historical Agenda -
    Civilization Ability -
    People of the Steppe Build 2 units instead of 1 when they build light Calvary or their unique Saka Horse Archers unit.
    Leader Ability - Killer of Cyrus Bonus strength when attacking wounded units. Units heal when they defeat an enemy unit.
    Unique Unit - Saka Horse Archer Bonus to movement and range
    Unique Tile Improvement - Kurgan +Faith, +Gold. Bonus for being adjacent to Pastures. Cannot be built on a hill.

    Spain

    Leader - Philip II
    Historical Agenda - Counter Reformer -
    Likes civilizations who follow the same religion, and wants his cities to all follow the same religion. Hates anyone trying to spread their religion into his empire.
    Civilization Ability - Treasure Fleet Trade Routes between Continents give extra Yields. Combine ships into Fleets and Armadas early
    Leader Ability - El Escorial Combat bonus against Civilizations following a different Religion, Inquisitors can remove Heresy one ore time
    Unique Unit - Conquistador Combat bonus if on the some tile as a Missionary, Apostle or Inquisitor. If you capture a city and a Conquistador is next to it, it converts to your major religion.
    Unique Improvement - Mission +Faith, Bonus Faith in built on a different continent, +Science if built next to Campus

    Sumeria

    Leader - Gilgamesh
    Historical Agenda -
    Civilization Ability -
    Epic Quest When you capture a barbarian outpost, you get a tribal village reward.
    Leader Ability - Adventures with Enkidu He can declare war on anyone at war with one of his allies without any warmonger penalties. When at war with a common foe, Sumeria and shares pillage rewards and combat xp gains with the closest allied unit within 5 tiles. Can levy City-State military forces at 50% of cost.
    Unique Unit - War Cart No penalties to fighting Spearmen or other anti-cavalry units. Extra movement if starting on flat terrain.
    Unique Improvement - Ziggurat +Science and if adjacent to a river +Culture. Cannot be built on a hill.

    Pre-Order Bonus

    Aztec

    Leader - Montezuma I
    Historical Agenda -
    Civilization Ability -
    Legend of the Five Suns -Builders can be used to rush the production of Districts.
    Leader Ability - Gifts for the Tlatoani - Luxuries give amenities to extra cities. Each different luxury improved in Aztec Territory gives +Combat Strength
    Unique Unit - Eagle Warrior - Powerful version of the basic Warrior. Can turn defeated enemies into Builders. (This does not work on Barbarians)
    Unique Building - Tlachtli - Build in the Entertainment Complex District. Gives Amenities, Faith, and Great General Points
    Pre-Order Information - Is available for everyone who Pre-Orders Civ 6, will be unlocked for everyone else 3 months after release


    Cities

    For the first time in the series you will not be building buildings and wonders in a single city tile, instead you will be building/placing 'districts' on a tile (in a similar vein to Endless Legend). This will require you to defend not just the city center but the whole area.

    Housing is a soft cap on the size of your cities you can have more population than housing but that will create unhappiness.

    Amenities is the various local factors appeal, luxury resources etc that create happiness for your city

    Wonders

    Alhambra +1 military slot, Provides the same defensive bonuses as the Fort improvement. Must: Hills adjacent to an encampment District
    Big Ben Doubles current Treasury, +Gold, + Great Merchant Points, Must: Next to river, adjacent to a Commercial District with a Bank
    Bolshoi Theatre Awards 2 randomly-chosen free civics when completed. +Great Writer Points per Turn, +Great Musician Points Per Turn, +1 Great Work of Writing Slot, +1 Great Work of Music Slot, Must: be built on flat land adjacent to a Theatre District.
    Broadway 1 free random Atomic Era civic Boost. Must: be built on flat land adjacent to a Theater Square district
    Chichen Itza +Culture, +Production to Rainforest tiles, Must: built on Rainforest
    Cristo Redentor Tourism output in Relics and Holy Cities is not diminished by other civs who have researched The Elightenment. Doubles tourism output of Seaside Resorts across your civilization. +culture, Must: be built on hills.
    Colossus of Rhodes +Gold, +Great Admiral Points, + Trade Route output
    Colosseum +amenities to all cities within 6 tiles, Must: Flat Land, next to Entertainment Complex
    Eiffel Tower +Appeal on each tile of your Civ, Must: on flat land, next to City Centre
    Forbidden Palace +1Wildcard Slot, +Culture, Must: On Flat Land, Next to City Centre
    Great Library +Science, 2 Great Writing slots, +Research on Ancient and Classical Era Techs, Must: next to Campus with Library
    Great Lighthouse +1 Movement for all naval units, +Gold. +Great Admiral points, Must: be built on the coast and adjacent to a harbor district with a lighthouse.
    Great Zimbabwe +Gold, +Trade Route Capacity, +Gold for your Trade Route for every Bonus Resource in the City +Great Merchant Points, Must: Next To a Commercial Hub with a Market & A Cattle Resource
    Hagia Sophia +Faith, +Great Prophet points, Apostles and Missionaries have one extra charge, Must: next to Holy Site, have founded a Religion
    Hanging Gardens of Babylon +growth in all cities, Must: next to River
    Hermitage +Great Artist Points per Turn. +4 Great Work of Art Slots, Must: be next to a River
    Huey Teocalli -+Amenity from entertainment for each adjacent Lake tile. +Food, +Production for each Lake tile in your empire, Must: be built on a Lake tile adjacent to land. Pre-order Bonus
    Mahabodhi Temple of Bodh Gaya +Faith, 2 free Apostles, Must: on Woods, next to Holy Site with Temple, have founded a Religion
    Maracanã Stadium
    Mont St. Michel
    +Faith, 2 Relic slots, apostles get Martyr Ability, Must: on Floodplains/Marsh
    Oracle of Delphi +Faith, +Culture, Patronage of Great People costs less, Each District in your city produces more Great People Points, Must: on hills
    Oxford University +science, 2 free randomly-chosen free technologies +Great Scientist points, + Great Works of Writing slots, Must: on Grasslands or Plains, adjacent to a Campus District with a University.
    Petra +Food, +Gold and +Production on all desert tiles for this city (non-Floodplains), Must: Desert or Floodplains without Hills
    Potala Palace +1 Diplomatic policy slot. +Culture. +Faith, Must: on a Hill adjacent to a Mountain.
    Pyramids +Culture, one free Builder, Builders get extra charge, Must: on Desert/Flood Plains
    Ruhr Valley +Production in this city, +Production for Each Mine and Quarry in this city, Must: built along a River, adjacent to an Industrial Zone district with a Factory.
    Stonehenge +Faith, Free Great Prophet, Must: on flat land, next to Stone
    Sydney Opera House +culture. +Great Musician Points per Turn. +3 Great Work of Music Slots, Must: be built on coast, adjacent to land & a harbor
    Terracotta Army +Great General Points, free promotion for all land Units, Archeologists can enter territory without a Open Boarders agreement, Must: on grasslands/plains, next to Encampment with Barracks or Stable
    Venetian Arsenal +Great Engineer points, receive a second navel vessel when every you build one in this city, Must: next to Coast, next to Industrial Zone

    Districts & Buildings

    There will be 12 types of districts, each with a different role and different bonuses with the terrain, limited by population, It looks like you can have 1 district per 3 people

    If a resource appears under a district (like oil) you will get access to it, however once oil appears on the map you can't build a district on it

    City Centre

    Ancient walls Walls around City Centre and Encampment, adds ranged attack, must be defeated before you can take the city
    Granary
    Sewers
    Medieval Walls
    Monument
    +Culture
    Water Mill +Food, +Food for Rice and Wheat, +Housing/Production

    Aqueduct Brings water from Rivers/Oasis/Mountains to boost population, Cities without access to fresh water get +6 Housing, Cities with access to fresh water get +2, Must: next to City Centre

    Aerodome Can store Aircraft, Must: not be built on Hills

    Campus Standard bonus next to Mountains, Minor bonus next to Rainforest and adjacent Districts

    Library
    University
    +Science, +Housing, +Great Scientist Points
    Research Lab

    Commercial Hub - Bonuses if built next to Rivers

    Market +Gold, +Housing, +Great Merchant points
    Bank
    Stock Exchange


    Entertainment Complex

    Harbor Major bonus next to Harbors & Rivers, Minor Bonus next to other districts

    Lighthouse +Food, +Gold, +Housing, +Citizen Slot, +Great Admiral points
    Shipyard +Great Admiral points, +Combat experience for new Naval Units, +Production = to the adjacency bonus of the Harbor district, Must: have already built a Lighthouse

    Holy Site +Great Prophet Points, Major Bonus next to Natural Wonders, Standard bonus next to Mountains, Minor bonus next to unimproved Woods and adjacent Districts

    Shrine +faith, +Great Prophet points
    Temple +Faith, +Citizen Slot, +Great Prophet Points, +Relic Slot, Can Build Apostles
    Cathedral +Faith, 1 slot for Religious Art
    Gurdwara +Faith, +Food
    Meeting House +Faith, +Production
    Mosque +Faith. Missionaries and Apostles +1 Spread
    Pagoda +Faith, +Housing
    Synagogue +Faith
    Wat +Faith, +Science

    Industrial Zone Standard bonus next to Mine/Quarry, Minor bonus adjacent Districts

    Workshop
    Factory


    Military Encampment +Great General Points, Must: not be next to the City Centre

    Barracks +Production, +Housing, +25% production of Melee/Ranged, Must: no Stables in encampment
    Military Academy
    Stable
    Must: no Barracks in encampment

    Neighborhood

    Increases Housing

    Spaceport Required for the Science Victory

    Theater Square +Great Artist points, Standard bonus next to Wonders, Minor bonus adjacent Districts

    Broadcast Centre

    Projects

    Campus Research Grants Converts Production into Science. Earn Great Scientist Points upon completion.
    Holy Site Prayers Converts Production into Faith. Earn Great Prophet Points upon completion.
    Theater Square Festival Converts Production into Culture. Earn Great Artist Points upon completion.

    Terrain Buildings

    Farm +food, +Housing, adjacency bonus next to other farms
    Fishing Boats +food
    National Park for Culture victory
    Plantation + gold, +housing
    Quarry +Production

    Units

    You can combine certain units together to increase the number of units per tile, this can include more of the support units that use to be their own unit in past games.

    You can also combine units of the same type to create armies

    Units can embark without the need for transport vessels


    The Map

    Base Terrain

    Coast - +1 Food +1 Commerce +1 Appeal
    Deep Ocean -
    Desert - No Yields
    Grassland -+2 Food
    Plains -+1 Food +1 Production
    Snow -
    Tundra -+1 Food

    Terrain Features

    Give bonus on top on base tile

    Cliffs - +1 Appeal stop Units from Embarking
    Floodplains - +2 Food
    Hill - +1 Production
    Marsh - +1 Food
    Mountains -
    Oasis - +Food +Fresh Water
    Rainforests - +1 Food
    River - +1 Appeal +Fresh Water
    Woods - +1 Production +1 Appeal

    Resources

    Strategic

    Aluminum, Coal, Horses, Iron, Niter, Oil, Uranium

    Luxury

    Citrus, Cocoa, Coffee, Cotton, Diamonds, Dyes, Furs, Gems, Gypsum, Incense, Ivory, Jade, Marble, Mercury, Pearls, Salt, Silk, Silver, Spices, Sugar, Tea, Tobacco, Whales, Truffles, Wine

    Bonus

    Bananas, Cattle, Copper, Crabs, Deer, Fish, Rice, Sheep, Stone, Wheat

    Other

    Cinnamon (Zanzibar), Cloves (Zanzibar), Toys (Great Person)


    Natural Wonders

    Cliffs of Dover (2 tiles) +culture & +gold
    Crater Lake (1 tile) is a lake, +Faith, +Science
    Dead Sea (2 tiles) is a lake, +Faith, +Culture, Units that heal adjacent to the lake heal in 1 turn.
    Galapagos Islands (2 Tiles) +Science on adjacent tiles
    Great Barrier Reef (2 tiles) +Food and +Science
    Mount Everest (3 tiles) +Faith to adjacent tiles, Missionaries, Inquisitors & Apostles all ignore movement penalties on Hills
    Mount Kilimanjaro (1 tile) provides + Food to adjacent tiles
    Pantanal (4 tiles)
    Piopiotahi (3 tiles) +Gold, + Culture to adjacent tiles
    Torres del Paine (2 tiles)
    Tsingy de Bemaraha (1 tile) Provides +Culture and +Science to adjacent tiles
    Yosemite (2 tiles) +Gold, +Science to adjacent tiles
     
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    Civilization 6 Features



    Systems

    Archeology

    City States & Envoys

    City States are back but slightly different to Civ 5. Now quests only appear when you have sent an Envoy to a city state, completing the quests will add more envoys to the City State. The more Envoys you have the bigger the bonus until you become the Suzerain and unlock their special unique bonus.

    All City States have a unique Suzerain Bonus

    There are 24 City States in the base game

    Amsterdam (Commercial) Trade Routes to foreign cities give you +Gold for each luxury
    Buenos Aires (Industrial)
    Brussels (Industrial) Your cities get Production Bonus towards wonders.
    Carthage (Militaristic)
    Geneva (Scientific) Bonus Science when not at War
    Hattusa (Scientific) +1 strategic resource you have uncovered but do not own
    Hong Kong (Industrial)
    Jakarta (Trade) Your Trading Posts in foreign cities provide +Gold to Trade Routes that pass through them
    Jerusalem (Religious) Converts to your religion and exerts the same pressure as a holy city.
    Kabul (Military) Double XP from Battles
    Kandy (Religious) Receive a Relic every time you find a Natural Wonder, all Relics provide 50% more Faith
    Kumasi (Cultural)
    La Venta (Religious) Can build Colossal Head Improvements which give +Faith
    Lisbon (Commercial) Your Navel Trade Routes can't be pillaged
    Nan Madol (Culture) +Culture for all districts next to the coast
    Preslav (Militaristic) Light & heavy cavalry units have +strength bonus when fighting on hills
    Seoul (Scientific) You get a random Eureka when you enter a new Era
    Stockholm (Scientific) Your districts provide an extra Great Person Point
    Toronto (Industrial) Regional effects from your Industrial Zone and Entertainment Complex districts reach 3 tiles farther.
    Vilnius Grants a random Inspiration each Era
    Yerevan (Religious) Your Apostle units can choose from any possible promotions instead of receiving a random promotion
    Zanzibar (Commercial) Gives you access to Cloves and Cinnamon Luxury resources

    Amenities

    Happiness will now be local rather than global

    Things that positively increase your Amenities are Luxury Resources, certain Civics, Entertainment, certain Great People, National Parks

    Things that negatively increase your Amenities are War Weariness, Bankruptcy

    Civics

    Civics are now a research tree all unto themselves, using Culture, here you will unlock some buildings and Wonders as well as new Governments and Social Policies

    Diplomacy

    Becomes more complicated as time progresses

    Espionage

    You get your first bit of information by trading with Civs, you can then follow this up with a delegation and then a proper spy

    Governments

    In Civ 6 you have a choice of many governments, you start off as a chiefdom and over time you can unlock new government types from the Civic Tree. Each government has a different number of card slots which you can insert social policies (see Social Policies for more info) which you can unlock in the Civic Tree, some may have more military slots, or more culture slots or more wild card slots. When you unlock a government or social policy from the Civic Tree you can swap it out for free, if you want to change later it costs gold.

    Autocracy 2Mill, 1Econ, 1Wild - Capital receives bonus to all Yields - Legacy Bonus: Bonus to Wonder Production
    Chiefdom 1Econ, 1 Wild
    Classical Republic 2Econ, 1Dip, 1Wild - Bonus Amenities to Cities with Districts - Legacy Bonus: Bonus to Great People Point Generation
    Communism 3Mill, 3Econ, 1Dip, 1Wild - Industrial Zone Districts can Defend, Bonus defence to Land Units - Legacy Bonus: Bonus to Production
    Democracy 1Mill, 3Econ, 2Dip, 2Wild - Great People cost less Gold to Patronage - Legacy Bonus: Bonus Yields from District Projects
    Fascism 4Mill, 1Econ, 1Dip, 2Wild - All Units get a Combat Bonus - Legacy Bonus: Bonus to Unit Production
    Merchant Republic 1Mill, 2Econ, 1Dip, 2Wild - Bonus Trade Routes - Legacy Bonus: Discount on Gold Purchases
    Monarchy 3Mill, 1Econ, 1Dip, 1Wild - +Housing in a City with Medieval Walls - Legacy Bonus: Influence Points Generation
    Oligarchy 1Mill, 1Econ, 1Dip, 1Wild - Bonus to Melee Combat Strength - Legacy Bonus: Combat experience for Units
    Theocracy 2Mill, 2Econ, 1Dip, 1Wild - Can buy Land Combat Units with Faith - Legacy Bonus: discount on Faith Purchases

    Great Works

    Great People

    Once you get enough points for a Great Person you get to pick the next available Great Person, however, they all have slightly different bonuses, so you may want to wait for someone else to get them, and see if the next one works better for you.

    Great Admiral
    Great Artist
    Great Engineer
    Great General
    Great Merchant
    Great Prophet
    Used to found a Religion
    Great Scientist
    Great Writer


    Housing

    Housing puts a limit on how fast your cities grow, When your population is one under your housing limit growth will slow to 50%, when you reach the housing limit growth will slow to 25%, you can only have 5 populations points above your housing limit.

    Several buildings give you housing like the Barracks, as well as this the Neighborhood District also gives housing.

    Religion

    To gain a religion you first need to get a pantheon, you obtain a pantheon by gaining faith through, Holy Sites, City States, or Tribal Village. You keep your pantheon no matter which religion you adopt. Some examples of Pantheons include:

    Dance of the Aurora Holy site districts get +1 Faith from adjacent Tundra tiles.
    Desert Folklore Holy site districts get +1 Faith from adjacent Desert tiles.
    Sacred Path Holy site districts get +1 Faith from adjacent Rainforest tiles.

    Once you have obtained a Pantheon you can purchase a Great Prophet which you need to move to a Holy Site or some Wonders like Stonehenge at which point you found your Religion. There is a large list of real world religions you can chose or you can rename your religion to what ever you like. Upon founding your Religion you get to pick one belief from the starter list, for example:

    Divine Inspiration All wonders provide +4 Faith
    Jesuit Education May Purchase Campus and Theater Square district buildings with Faith
    Religious Community Shrines and Temples each provide +1 Housing

    You then get to pick another belief from an expanded list including buildings you can build in your Holy Sights, for example:

    Cathedral Allows construction of Cathedrals (+3 Faith, 1 slot for Religious Art)
    Church Property +2 Gold for each city following this Religion
    Crusade Combat units gain +10 Combat Strength near foreign cities that follow this Religion.

    Once you build a Temple you will have access to Apostles that you can use to add another belief from the expanded list.

    Research

    Your location will be playing a larger role in what area's you will be researching, for example, if you are researching masonry and you build a stone quarry you will get a bonus, this is called a Eureka Moment and can be up to 50% of the technology. Conversely, this will make if difficult for you to research techs for things you don't have experience with, like seafaring when you are in the middle of a continent not near the sea.

    Social Policies

    Social policies which you can unlock in the Civic Tree are used to insert into Governments (each Government has a different number of slots you can use)

    Social policies come in four different types Military, Economic, Diplomatic, Wildcard

    Some examples include

    Retainers - +1 Amenity for cities with a garrisoned unit.
    Maritime Industries - +100% Production towards Ancient and Classical era naval units
    Survey - Double experience for Recon Units
    Discipline - +5 Combat Strength when fighting Barbarians

    Meritocracy - Each City receives +1 Culture for each specialist district it constructs.
    Caravansaries - +2 Gold from all Trade Routes
    Urban Planning - +1 Production in all cities.
    God King - +1 Faith and +1 Gold in Capital.
    Land Surveyors - Reduces cost of purchasing a plot by 20%
    Colonization - +50% Production towards Settlers

    Diplomatic League - The first Envoy you send to each City State counts as two Envoys
    Charismatic Leader - +2 Influence Points per turn towards earning City State Envoys

    Literary Tradition - +2 Great Artist Points per turn.
    Revelation - +2 Great Prophet points per turn.
    Inspiration - +2 Great Scientist Points per turn.

    Trade Routes

    The turn length of Trade Routes depend on distance, they are also used to build roads between cities in the early game

    Tourism

    Seems to have something to do with the Appeal rating on tiles

    Victory Types

    Domination Victory

    Capture every foreign Capital in the game.

    Culture Victory

    You must have more foreign Tourists than any Civ has domestic Tourists at home

    Religious Victory

    Your Religion must be the Dominant Religion in every Major and Minor Civilization in the game.

    Science Victory

    This Science Victory is a three step processes

    Launch a satellite.
    Land a human on the Moon.
    Establish a Martian Colony.


    War

    There are now Just and Unjust wars and as time goes on the diplomatic penalty for unjust wars increases significantly.

    Declare Holy War Used to declare war on a power that has religiously converted one of your cities. All warmonger penalties halved
    Declare Liberation War Used to declare war on a power that has captured to a city from one of your friends and allies. No warmonger penalties for liberating any of these cities.
    Declare Protectorate War Used to declare war on a power that has attacked one of your allied city-states. No warmonger penalty for liberating that city state.
    Declare Reconquest War Used to declare war on a power that has captured one of your cities. No warmonger penalties apply.

    You can now siege cities if you have unites or unit's zone of control in the 6 tiles around a city it will not heal, this means that you need to bring ships to siege a coastal city





    All information from 2k/Firaxis media releases, Lets Play videos, Gaming Site previews and from aggregate sites Reddit and Well of Souls
     
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  3. bite

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    I will start putting together all the information soon, if you could post any info you find (and the link to the source) it would be really helpful for me.

    Please No Discussion, there will be plenty of threads for that
     
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    Hi there, I've already done this for a reddit megathread! Feel free to pilfer anything that I've written there.

    Here we go.
     
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    From VentureBeat: " The happiness level will be focused on a city level, rather than on a global basis across your civilization."

    http://venturebeat.com/2016/05/11/s...i-debuts-this-fall-with-a-new-take-on-cities/


    Bombers destroying improvements!
    Later in the game, Beach anticipates sieges getting quite hectic, with bombers blitzing cities not to conquer them, but to damage the infrastructure around them, weakening the empire and making it easier for ground units to occupy the battered settlements.

    http://www.pcgamesn.com/civilization-vi/civilization-6-release-date-gameplay-system-requirements


    City-states are in.
    One leader might be fanatical about allying with city states.
    http://www.pcgamer.com/civilization-6-everything-you-need-to-know/
     
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    ok first wave done, I know I have missed thing so please point them out, or let me know if I have gotten something wrong
     
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    Firebug and I went through the screencaps yesterday and spotted copper, truffles, fish, and deer resources.

    Also, we saw dinosaur bones in amphitheaters and potentially an Oracle wonder.
     
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    ^ Additionally Crabs. Some more info in this video here.

    * Fog of War looks like a map; areas you explore look like a hand drawn map in areas you've already explored.

    * The shots of the Sphinx, Great Wall of China, Colosseum, and Forbidden Palace, were described as "two world wonders and two unique improvements, but it's not clear which is which."

    * Great Works and cultural victory type dynamics are back, with new presentation and interactions

    * Gandhi's gonna have some friends in terms of people you love and hate
    * One victory type removed, one added, and steps to get to others changed

    * Diplomacy made to focus less on warfare as time goes on.

    * Tech-boosts called "Eureka Moments"

    I personally believe that the Great Wall belongs to China as a UI and the Colosseum belongs to Rome (two Chinese wonders are listed there). A border wall for China is especially innovative.
     
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    That's good to hear!
     
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    Are both jungle and rainforest in as terrain? Or did they point out the same thing with different words?
     
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    Really? Why? Those stones were transported over long distances.
     
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    I thought I remember reading that Stonehenge had to be built on a plains or grassland or something like that. Or am I misremembering?

    EDIT: Source

     
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    Moderator Action: Please keep this thread for collating information for inclusion in the opening post. If you would like to discuss those features, please do so in other threads.
     
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    You could expand on the Units section a bit.

    You can combine units together in Civ 6. Examples are Warrior/Settler, and Melee unit with a support unit. You can also group matching units into Corps or Armies. Two can be combined for a Corps and 3 for an Army. The new unit (eg. Corps) will not be 200% of strength of the two combined units, but will be 140% of strength.
     
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    I don't have the references for this as I've read several articles. It could be from the IGN article or the interview with Ed Beach and Dennis Shirk.

    • Districts: The districts aren't built for free. You first have to built / buy a districts and then you can start placering buildings on it.
      Speculation: Maybe it will cost you gold it upkeen, which makes sense according to the city specialization. Cost of building and upkeeping demands you to plan even more what districts you want and which you don't need.
    • Wonders: You can see the wonders being constructed (which also takes up an entire tile). When overwatching another player's / AI's city you will see the wonder getting constructed.
    • AI agenda: Each AI will have an agenda. I know we know where little about this at this point, but an AI who loves building wonders will get annoyed with you if you are competing for wonders too.
     
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    According to Writing Bull, 50 Techs have been cut from the Tech Tree.
     
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    http://m.ign.com/articles/2016/05/1...ne-civilizations-art-style-in-civ-6-ign-first
    • Samurai are still a unique japanese unit.
    • Pikemen are in the game if you want all basic units listet.
    • The time cycle can be set to a specific time of the day.

    Do you have a link for that, TPangolin? Sounds like an article I would like to read :)
     
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