It's something that I have thought about every now and then and I've wondered if the latest expansion for Civ V would be the last major content update for it. Don't get me wrong, it is a very very good expansion pack that has boosted the amount of fun tremendously and also fleshed out areas of the game that were lacking or underdeveloped. That said, I can't help but wonder if there will be new content for it, specifically in the form of game-shifting expansion packs. Brave New World is also currently the only expansion pack that didn't come with additional DLC released alongside it. I'm guessing this is probably because of the sheer weight that BNW brought along into the game and with that, the dev team focused almost exclusively on its new game elements. I'm quite certain they're considering at least some DLC release in the near future, but the prospect of another expansion may seem limited now that the game is this old and Civilization VI may be looming on the horizon. Another thing is that civ games made after Civ III have traditionally only had two expansions per game. It seems like this game will also follow that same trend. However with the suggestion of modders taking over and turning the game on its head, there probably doesn't need to be a new expansion pack and if there were going to be a new one, what else could they possibly expand on? It's been vastly improved as of the latest expansion, but could the developers possibly improve it even more?