Discussion in 'Civ6 - General Discussions' started by bite, Nov 28, 2017.
Woah, you are quick to put it up. Vampire-superpowers.
February 8, 2018? Wow!
Apparentely, the following seem to be on the agenda :
- Natural disasters and epidemics
- Expand on war
- World Congress
Wow! Trailer made me cry. Someone tell me what's wrong with me.
But U.N. pretty obvious. Or world congress?
So plagues, diplomacy, I am guessing golden ages and dark ages from what I read on steam and probably ideology.
Pretty sure I see plenty of Mongolia in that trailer.
Can't see how the Statue of Liberty isn't returning soon too
Yeah - that was freakish fast!!
The Civilization VI: Rise and Fall expansion brings new choices, strategies, and challenges for players as they guide a civilization through the ages. The expansion introduces new Great Ages, Loyalty, and Governors systems, expands existing Diplomacy and Government systems, and adds eight new civilizations, nine new leaders, a variety of new units, districts, wonders, buildings, and more. Can you lead your people into a Golden Age of prosperity? Or will your empire face the challenges of a Dark Age?
They always said they wouldn't do dark ages ... interesting to see how this works out.
Also, not sure about 'storytelling moments', I prefer a sandbox. We'll see!!
Loyalty system mentioned on steam, cities lose loyalty when in a dark age. Third century crisis anyone?
Looks like there will be the Mongols too (and the expansion itself looks promising)
In the pictures, we can see the St. Basil cathedral and a natural wonder that I don't know the name
Here are some screenshots from the blog post on the official website:
The title "Rise & Fall" seems to confirm that the expansion will introduce gameplay mechanics for the rise and fall of empires. That is exciting. I can't wait to see what those mechanics are. I feel like good rise and fall mechanics is something that the civ franchise has always needed. I hope this expansion delivers. The last scene with the female character speaking in front of an assembly seems to allude to a world congress mechanic. The scene with the dying man might be a reference to a plague mechanic. The Berlin Wall scene might be a hint to a civil unrest mechanic and/or an ideology mechanic.
EDIT: This post is before I read the blog
Statue of liberty,kremlin and 3 new natural wonders seen in the screen with lots of new district/improvements
I don't think I'd have managed if I hadn't been sitting directly opposite to other people who didn't know what I was watching.
Eight civs and nine leaders? I presume the nine leaders include the leaders of the new civs? Otherwise, that's a crazy amount.
Here is all information: https://civilization.com/news/entries#announcing-civilization-vi-rise-and-fall
Dark and Golden Ages
Different types of alliances (scientific, commercial, military,...)
New civs and leaders
"let's see...... what should we name our next EP? should be anything related to rise & fall of empires"
"why not....... 'Civilization VI: Rise and Fall'?"
I sense Civ VI is going to transcend to the next level of broke
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