Sid Meier’s Civilization® VI,the latest instalment in the Civilization franchise, which has sold-in over 47 million units worldwide, is now available for Nintendo Switch.
Developed for Nintendo Switch by Aspyr Media and Firaxis Games, and called “As brilliant a 4X strategy game on Switch as it is on PC, tablets, or phones” in IGN’s 9.4/10 review, Sid Meier’s Civilization VI offers players new ways to interact with their worlds, expand their empires across the map, advance their cultures and compete against 24 historic leaders to build the greatest civilizations the world has ever known.Along the way, cities will physically expand across the map to create new and deep strategic layers, while active research in technology and culture will unlock new potential ways to play.
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Now on Nintendo Switch, the quest to victory in Sid Meier’s Civilization VI can take place wherever, whenever gamers desire – whether playing at home on TV or handheld on the go with full touchscreen support. In addition, Sid Meier’s Civilization VI for Nintendo Switch includes the latest game updates and improvements, as well as four content packs, which add new civilizations, leaders and scenarios:
- Vikings Scenario Pack;
- Poland Civilization & Scenario Pack;
- Australia Civilization & Scenario Pack;
- Persia and Macedon Civilization & Scenario Pack.
Gameplay on Nintendo Switch also enables up to four players to cooperate or compete for supremacy via local wireless network.
Originally developed for Windows PC by Firaxis Games, Sid Meier’s Civilization VI was developed in collaboration with Aspyr Media to bring the beloved franchise to a new audience on Nintendo Switch.
Sid Meier’s Civilization VI is rated PG and is available now for Nintendo Switch and Windows PC. The game is also available for iPhone, iPad, Mac and Linux from Aspyr Media.
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