Discussion in 'Civ5 - General Discussions' started by Scirocco16V, Nov 15, 2013.
Yeah, that's how I took it. I don't recall even being able to turn off DLC at that point anyway.
This is what I think as well. It was designed concurrently with vanilla for the purpose of acclimating customers to the DLC sales model.
Those with inside knowledge say it was completed after game launch, but it's pretty clear the dawn of man intro was done before launch and the voice actor probably recorded then too.
Those two arguments sound about right aswell
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I can understand the majority of the work being done post release and the voice acting being done beforehand. If you're planning a DLC so soon after release, you might as well get the voice actor to record the lines all at once instead of coming in half a month later again
I'm not sure but I've noticed taht Mongolia's, Inca's and Spain's "emblems" are in the same file as the ones from vanilla.
Im guessing they were planned to be in Vanilla at release.
I think the dual pack preorder bonus was always planned to be the Inca and Spanish. Although I do think the Genghis Khan leader screen was made after release, mostly because of how rushed it seems.
Any patch notes yet? The dlc is coming next week...
... what DLC?
I find that post ironic seeing as we all know by now that a new DLC is coming either way haha.
The Conquest of the New World is marked as "DLC".
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Wait, how do we know this is the case?
From earlier in this thread:
So, are we getting new stuff or just a complete pack to signal the end of civ 5?
There seems to be at least one more DLC with an update "Conquest of the New World" scenario coming out. This DLC will be included in the Complete pack.
We're also hoping there will be a patch released simultaneously.
I found this to be an interesting picture that the official Civ V twitter page tweeted last night:
Thing is, I don't think I've seen those civ colours in the game before (unless modded). Akwesasme (Akwesasne) is a Mohawk settlement. The fact Calcutta is in there indicates it's not Conquest of the New World deluxe. Therefore, are the Mohawks in there as a main civ? Or is it a mod - but why would the official Civ V twitter page use a mod and not a scene from the epic game?
Alternatively, I could be completely wrong of course!!
Obliviously, we've been lied to. India is in America!
Those colours are clearly the Iroquois.
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