Civilization VI – New Frontier Pass: Maya & Gran Colombia Pack Available Today

The first DLC pack in the Civilization VI – New Frontier Pass, the Maya & Gran Colombia Pack, is now available on Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch, Windows PC! Here are the key features:

  • New Leader: Lady Six Sky of the Maya civilization
    • Includes unique Hul’che unit and Observatory District
  • New Leader: Simón Bolívar of Gran Colombia
    • Includes unique Comandate General and Llanero units, as well as the Hacienda unique improvement
  • New Game Mode: “Apocalypse” Game Mode (requires Civilization® VI: Gathering Storm expansion to play)
    • Adds Forest Fires and Meteor Showers as disaster types to all games
    • Optional, specialized game mode with exclusive rule changes:
      • New disasters: Comet Impact and Solar Flares
      • Larger versions of existing disasters
      • New military unit: Soothsayer, a Support unit that can trigger natural disasters at the player’s command
      • New scored competition: Sacrifice units to volcanoes. Requires Soothsayers to use their unique action on friendly units near a volcano
      • The world enters an apocalyptic state when climate change reaches its maximum level
  • New Resources: Honey (luxury), Maize (bonus)
  • New Natural Wonders: Bermuda Triangle, Paititi, Fountain of Youth
  • New City-States: Caguana (cultural), Singapore (industrial), Lahore (militaristic), Vatican City (religious), Taruga (scientific), Hunza (trade)

Assets are available at the 2K Newsroom. The Maya & Gran Colombia Pack is the first of several bimonthly DLCs coming to Civilization VI as part of the Civilization VI – New Frontier Pass, which brings eight new civilizations, nine new leaders, six new game modes and more to the critically-acclaimed strategy game. The Civilization VI – New Frontier Pass is priced at £32.99; the Maya & Gran Colombia Pack is available for individual purchase at £7.39.

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