24 December, 2017
But Civilization VI's price has split the gaming community into warring factions. It's the full game, making it the first legit, main series Civ game to be released on mobile.
If you already have a compatible iPad, Civilization VI is a no-brainer. Running on iOS 11 on the iPad Air 2, iPad 2017 and iPad Pro, while the game will cost a hefty $60 (it's now available for $29.99 until January 4th), being able to play Civilization VI while on the move will be an experience that fans of the series will find worthy of shelling out for. Users can download the new game, being able to play the new 60 turns for free.
The Civilization 6 iPad port will apparently be a near-complete port of the original game, though the upcoming Rise and Fall expansion and apparently other DLC won't be included along with it. Aspyr has said, however, that they plan to implement DLC sometime in the future even if they can't now guarantee a timeline. This availability seems rather interesting given the fact that this game was made available just about a year ago on PC. The price Aspyr Media and 2K Games are asking for, on the other hand, likely won't be very exciting. There is no additional content or expansion packs.More news: NBC In Early Talks to Revive The Office
The city construction view, with an advisor tip on touch controls. The leader screens have lost their animation.
For iPad, Civilization VI requires iOS 11.0 or later and will run on an iPad Air or newer, iPad mini 2 or newer, or any iPad Pro model. On PC, the game will get its first expansion, Rise and Fall, on February 8, 2018. It's just, instead of having to play it on a PC, you can now install it on an iPad and play it anywhere. It's marked down 50 percent to $30, both on Steam for PC and in the App Store for iPad. The sale period will end on January 4th.