Sid Meier's Civilization VI: Rise and Fall Crack + Serial Key Updated

Sid Meier's Civilization VI: Rise and Fall Civilization VI is a game about building an empire to stand the test of time, and the Rise and Fall expansion brings new choices, strategies, and challenges for players as they guide a civilization through the ages. Can you inspire the Loyalty of people around the world, or will you lose cities to your rivals? Will you establish a Golden Age for your civilization, or be mired in a Dark Age? In Civilization VI: Rise and Fall, you truly become a leader for the ages. Successful leadership of a civilization can send it into a prosperous Golden Age, but falling behind can usher in a Dark Age. Respond well to the challenges of a Dark Age, and your civilization can rise again into renewal with a Heroic Age.
Download Sid Meier's Civilization VI: Rise and Fall Crack/Patch

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Platform PC Windows
Rating 82 / 100
User rating
Downloads 1820
Genre Strategy, Turn-Based, 4X
Company / Developer
2K Games / Firaxis Games
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Sid Meier's Civilization VI: Rise and Fall reviews ( 7 )

JohnKR, Feb 10, 2018

One of the best expansion in the series. Why? It has some of the most original features in the series that we have never seen before along with nine more nations we have never seen before along original wonders units buildings natural wonders.... And I applause that they tried new things in the right direction, that of immersion. Also I can't criticize the expansion for not fixing something that was all along in the series, bad AI. The AI was ALWAYS bad in civilization as in most strategy games, cause a strategy AI needs a computer you don't have. Actually I find the AI of this game a little better than that of V, cause it declares wars to me sometimes, something that in V it was almost impossible. Although it does not know what to do with all that army, but that was happening in V too(and cause cities where overpowered in V you decimate enemy armies in defence). *Civilization now is a game with hexes and many units, when Chess is with squares and some units. To have a computer to win a good chess player you need military staff with academic softwares. So think about it. Of course with time limit things are different but that is also true with civilization, try limited time, and then you will see a much more challenging AI.

Isengardtom, Apr 14, 2018

Great addition to an already great game. I love the loyalty mechanic and how it all glues in together with the other 2 major new features: ages and governors. Also 8 new civs and 9 leaders were added. As well as new (natural) wonders, new spy mechanics, a new government building. Other new features include the change in Alliances and the emergency system. All great additions, although the emergency system needs a bit more tweaking in my view What’s good about Firaxis is that they continue to update and rebalance the game and listen to a lot of feedback. Since launch in February there’s been one update already and another coming very soon.

kraenk, Feb 9, 2018

Don’t listen to this Rrichard guy here.He hates on every game except for Heart of Iron which has a 3.5 user score. This expansion is a great expansion to an already great game.

Rrichard, Feb 9, 2018

If you were hoping this expansion was gonna save Civ 6, prepare for disappointment. The fundamental problem of 1UPT remains, so the AI still cannot properly fight. Additionally all the calculations means that late game turns really lag. There are still a whole lot of QoL issues with the UI, like Wonder videos still not showing what the effects of the wonder are, Policy Edicts which are outdated and need to be replaced showing you what was being lost, or how any changes will actually impact your output. I quit and uninstalled about 8 hours into my first game, when I realised I was just playing the same old Civ 6 again, monotonous late-game micromanagement, long turn times, and a set of AI enemies that were outpaced 1000 years ago (normal difficulty). Still we have the childish, long unit combat animations, and now silly Governor heads, like something out of a mobile game. I wish we would just be given a Civ 4 with Hexes and modern UI, graphics and improved performance.

acmehne, Apr 3, 2018

This game has many of the same problems that civ 5 has: glitching/freezing, AI that will act ridiculously (in my first game I was at peace with the english while they were attacking me). Like in civ 5, terrain that produces production is disproportionately valueable in the beginning. Like in civ 5, there is no functional map editor to create starting positions and what not to play made-up scenarios, which even civ 2 had. like civ 5, the graphics are fancy. happiness is city level, which (with housing) makes growing cities more difficult, favoring ICS strategy. Definately not worth the $.

mazz0, Feb 24, 2018

It just doesn’t add anything of any significance. The biggest addition is city loyalty, which basically boils down to don’t build a city nearer to more rival cities than to your own. That’s the single biggest new gameplay concept you’ll have to consider in this expansion, everything else is just minor (completely irrelevant in most cases) effects applied pretty much arbitrarily. Not randomly as such, but just as a result of things that happen regardless, so they don’t give you anything new to plan. To break it down: Ages (Dark, Golden): The only notable effect of these is to increase or decrease city loyalty. This comes in to play if you have a city that’s outnumbered by nearby rivals - you might lose it (or gain a rival’s) in a dark age. This is something you can plan for, and is the only new thing in the expansion that you’ll have to think about (ie don’t put your own cities out on their own where you’ll lose them, and if a rival settles on bearish to you, on its own, you could try to take it by building your own cities nearby, if that fits your overall strategy, or you think it’s owrth changing your strategy just to take one city). So how do you get dark and golden ages? Through “era points”, which are rewards for doing stuff you’d do anyway, like clearing barbarian camps, building wonders, being first to discover things, changing government, etc. It doesn’t alter how you think about the game, it just happens. It also seems totally unbalanced to me - every time I’ve played I’ve got golden eras in the first one or two, mostly thanks to killing barbarians, then a dark age as there was bugger all I could do to get era points. Governors. You can recruit these and give them little perks, and put one in a city to increase loyalty there. The perks are mostly ignorable, as is the loyalty most of the time. Nothing to actually plan for with these, save one that unlocks some new improvements which are slightly cool. And that’s it. Bottom line - it doesn’t make the game any deeper. It alters it slightly, and not necessarily for the better. Would have got 5/10 if it had been a free patch. Of course, it also adds new civs and wonders, which are nice, but soooooooo not worth what Firaxis charges for them.

ametist_pro, Mar 3, 2018

1. New content on 2-3 hours gamplay... 2. They called it not DLC, they called it "Expension". Good marketing move Firaxis, but no. Total: garbage DLC + Big price = great disappointment.