Some screenshots on the Steam store page
CIV VI article on RPS: Civilization VI Releases October: Here’s Every Detail
Going to go with what other people are saying in other message boards in that, the art style of the game does look a bit too bright but of course it probably won't matter in the end and I'll wait for more videos and images.
Hopefully they fix the AI so Diplomacy can be more of a proper thing, I don't see how they can do it though with the game having such solidified victory conditions.
I also hope they don't really 1/3rd of a game for the base game, Vanilla Civ V was so garbage. Hopefully doesn't end up like the Sims where they are releasing the same features as expansions every sequel zzz.
I hope it's better and more complex than civ5.
How different is it from Civ V though.
Shouldn't they finish BE before moving on to Civ VI? Or did they just give up on that one? Meh. I'll wait for the 2-4 expansions and then pick up the whole thing on a Steam Sale or something. Firaxis hasn't made a good, solid game in a really long time; at least not one that didn't require multiple add-ons before it felt like a finished product.
But they've not yet even finished V
Modern gaming apologist: I once tasted diarrhea so shit is fine.
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The new look, looks great. Nice and clean. Cant wait!
Just take my money
Read at first Civilization IV and wondered why someone made a topic about that game. Have to wait to see more. It seems like Beyond Earth was a disappointment (never got it after seeing the opinion on it), so gotta wait if the get VI right.
The had me at: "Sean Bean narrates a hope filled trailer about the nature of humanity and ever expanding progress of our lives" Really they had me at: "Sean Bean narrates..."
But for real, Sean Bean could sell me Sean Bean's Baked Beans and I'd never touch a can of Bush's again. Morgan Freeman who? Sean Bean, that's who.
October is so far away!
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