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Sid Meier’s Civilization VI or Civilization VI is an upcoming 4X video game in the Civilization series. Firaxis are trying to make the terrain bonuses logical. So mountains provide science and religious bonuses because Firaxis feels like scientists would want to observe the skies, while believers might see mountains as a holy place because it brings them closer to their gods. Rather than just have these areas’ function dictated by what resources are present on them, these blocks can now be made part of a ‘district’ which will then house buildings. To help balance the game towards Cultural victories, a new Civics tree has been introduced. The Civics tree brings in the cultural improvements that were previously part of the technology tree in earlier Civilization games, such as Drama and Philosophy, into a separate mechanic. Completing certain Civics will then unlock policies towards the civilization’s government. In Civilization VI, the government is defined by placing appropriate and available policies, represented as policy cards, into a number of slots divided between Military, Economic, Diplomatic, and Wildcard categories. Wonders won’t be constructed within the main city, and instead must be placed within its zone of influence instead. They have prerequisites, as well. The Pyramids, for example, can only be constructed on a desert hex. They’ll actually take up space, so you might end up having to destroy an improvement to make room for them. Thankfully, they stand the test of time, and cannot be destroyed by enemy armies.