Civilization VI to find time to go that will close the list of updates coming to the game in the next 12 months. It sounds … right?
Four years after it was announced, Civilization VI it's in a weird place. The two major interpretations were good, but not great good, and the meta for building a community is not for everyone. It probably does with one additional update to tie things up together and really put it together a bow to everything in common Civ V be treated, but instead, Firaxis today announced an additional limited range that will be rolling out between now and March 2021.
New Civs and leaders are always fun, but the game is already sinking in them, so that's definitely not a violation. Exactly the things here that just look like real interest rates change on regional plans and infrastructure, and everything else is the same a drop-off content feed that the game encounters between the launch and the release of the first expansion (even though apocalyptic tragedies look cool).
If you had added this whole thing up, and depending on how amazing the regional and infrastructure changes are, this could have made the third increase! So it's amazing how everything is delivered correctly, even if everything from home-based developers to the truth Civ VI it is now a multiplatform game may be the reason behind this.
If you want to sign up for a pass, it's USD$ 40, but some changes are coming as part of the free updates for all players as well.