Published on August 17th, 2021 | by Genevieve Mc Bride0
Sid Meier’s Civilization VI – New Frontier Pass Comes To IOS
Looks like a time-waster on mobile which is not a bad thing.
Aspyr announced today that Sid Meier’s Civilization® VI – New Frontier Pass is coming to the legendary strategy game for iOS on August 24. The New Frontier Pass delivers six bonus official DLC packs plus two Persona Packs featuring a ton of new content to the game. In addition, a free update for all players going out on August 24 will introduce cross-platform cloud saves to the iOS version of the game for the first time, letting players who own the game on multiple platforms play compatible save files on-the-go between their favorite devices.
The New Frontier Pass features:
- Six New DLC Packs, including the Maya & Gran Colombia Pack, Ethiopia Pack, Byzantium & Gaul Pack, Babylon Pack, Vietnam & Kublai Khan Pack, and the Portugal Pack.
- Eight New Civilizations & Nine New Leaders, including the Mayans, Vietnamese, and Byzantines, bringing the count of playable great leaders to over 50.
- Six New Game Modes introducing a variety of new ways to play, including recruitable heroes from history and myth, the ability to dial-up natural disasters in Apocalypse Mode, and secret societies that can enhance or undermine empires.
- New personas for Teddy Roosevelt and Catherine De Medici, complete with new looks, gameplay bonuses and more when leading America and France.
To celebrate the launch of Civilization VI – New Frontier Pass on iOS, the base game and all in-app purchases are on sale for up to 50% off until August 31. Players can try the base game for free for 60 turns, and buy it for just $4.99 as part of the launch sale, its lowest price ever.
Originally created by legendary game designer Sid Meier, Civilization is a turn-based strategy series where players attempt to build an empire to stand the test of time. The latest entry in the franchise, Civilization VI, offers new ways to engage with the world: cities now physically expand across the map; actions help boost technology and civics research; and competing leaders pursue their own agendas based on their historical traits as players race to achieve victory.