Civilization 6 Game revealed major changes

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Beech and his team are working not only for city building but there is also “active research” as called by Firaxis. You required research technologies in order to progress through the science tree in previous games of ‘Civilization’ but there is a research system in “Civilization 6” that makes improvements. Beech tells that you can enhance development of science in specific areas by accomplishing these smaller objectives.

So, if Osaka is present in a green valley with a river then you can feed your entire civilization by building canals, cultivate the field and produce lots of food. Likewise, you can make Tokyo an ideal place for industrial supplies as it is present along towering mountains. That will create machines necessary for defense of both the cities.

Civilization 6 Game revealed major changes

Civilization 6 Game revealed major changes

The franchise has made such concepts earlier also. But your cities will be disclosed continuously in Civ VI. You will siege different cities and defend against sieges and different methods have to be used as compared to previous games.

Beech says that these levels are added for distinction. When you settle the matter first time by start production of food and other necessities, you will view a new situation. You will be required to use your military differently and you will get a new experience every time.

Beech told that the team is working on several other features also. There are support units that will strengthen military units, a multiplayer and learn about new leaders by using a new diplomacy system to work with or against them.

Firzxis is hopeful that Civ 6 will be lot unpredictable than the previous games due to the procedure of beginning, growing and falling of cities. Release date of the game is 21stOctober 2016.

Civilization 6 Game revealed major changes

Civilization 6 Game revealed major changes

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