Civilization VI Rise and Fall Expansion Revealed; First Trailer Inside

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Ever since Sid Meier’s Civilization VI launched last year, fans have been wondering when they would be able to get their hands on the first expansion of the game. Well, wonder no more. Today, developer Firaxis Games and publisher 2K Games revealed the first details about the game’s inaugural expansion, which is set to be titled Rise and Fall.

First and foremost, a brand new feature called Great Ages will be added, which provides players with different types of challenges and bonus depending on what Historical Moment they achieve. In addition to that, a new loyalty system will also be added, which will make each city have its own, fluctuating, loyalty to you, depending on your actions, of course.

Other smaller features will be added as well, including governors, new alliances, emergencies, a timeline of your history, and new leaders, as well as a ton of bug fixes, which will be revealed at a later time.

The first trailer for the new expansion was also released today. You can check it out, along with a couple of screenshots, at the end of this article.

Rise and Fall is set to be available on February 8, 2018, on Windows PC. It’s unknown when the expansion will launch for other platforms.

Civilization VI was officially released on October 21, 2016, and is available on the aforementioned platform, as well as macOS and Linux.



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SYREEPosted:

SHould've bought this game, CIV V was soo so soo good

EternityPosted:

Jxsse Has anyone played this game?
What's your opinions on it?


The game is good overall. They've made some improvements in some places but changes to some core gameplay make it seem like they've gone backwards a few steps. Also, the graphics style is more "cartoony" (probably to appeal to a larger/younger audience) but I don't like it that much.

I got it on sale, but I haven't put nearly as many hours into it as I have Civ 5. Hopefully this DLC and the ones that follow give me more reasons to play, but until then I'm gonna stick with playing Civ 5.

JxssePosted:

Has anyone played this game?
What's your opinions on it?

MikeyPosted:

Trailer looks pretty interesting.