Sid Meier's Civilization® VI - Digital Deluxe Edition

Sid Meier's Civilization® VI - Digital Deluxe Edition
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$17.39$79.99
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Region restrictions

Activates within United States
This game has world-wide activation. No known region restrictions in effect.

Description

Requirements

Windows Requirements:
MINIMUM
Operating System: Windows 7 64bit / 8.1 64bit / 10 64bit
Processor: Intel Core i3 2.5 Ghz or AMD Phenom II 2.6 Ghz or greater
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Hard Drive: 12 GB or more
Video Card: 1 GB DirectX 11 Video Card (AMD 5570, nVidia 450 or Intel Integrated Graphics 530)

RECOMMENDED
Operating System: Windows 7 64bit / 8.1 64bit / 10 64bit
Processor: Fourth generation Intel Core i5 2.5 Ghz or AMD FX8350 4.0 Ghz or greater
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Hard Drive: 16 GB or more
Video Card: 2 GB DirectX 11 Video Card (AMD 7970 or nVidia 770 or greater)
 
Important Notes:
  • Requires Steam and a Steam Account to play Windows version.

Reviews & Comments

4.8
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  1. Another good one (not excellent though)

    I love the Civilization franchise and come back to it repetedly from time to time. I agree with the popular opionion that Civ V is the supperior game to Civ VI. However it is a fresh touch to the series and it's fun to experience the ideas of the developers. I like the look and the new city building mechanic. Research, diplomacy and AI need improvement. And I don't care much for the dark and golden ages introduced with Rise and Fall.

    All in all: Civ VI is still a recommendation, especially considering the pricing here on WGS.

    by ponanza, Germany - Jul 21st 2019
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  2. Another great entry in the series

    Civ 6 is like a mixture of the design sensibilities of Civs 4 and 5, maintaining many of Civ 5's mechanics (most notably the 1 unit per tile rule) but restoring some of the flexibility of the earlier games in the series. And the new district mechanic is a fantastic feature for those of us who enjoy the process of building our empires rather than just smashing others. It's not perfect, no Civ game has been, but as a fan of the series since Civ 2 I found this to be a fresh and fun new take on the formula.

    by GodfreySBen, Ireland - Apr 12th 2019
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