Few games have ever managed to capture imaginations across the globe like Sid Meier’s famed Civilization series, in which players use a combination or warfare and diplomacy in order to defeat their enemies and conquer the globe.
The latest iteration of this immensely popular series—Civilization VI—comes packed with even more functionality and character traits, and the Gold Edition is currently available for 75% off at just $24.99.
Ideal for both seasoned players and first-timer gamers who have yet to experience the addictive “one more turn” gameplay that has made Civilization one of the greatest game series of all time, this version comes loaded with new features, more settings, and higher user functionality that allows you to conquer the world in new ways.
You’ll be able to go head to head with your enemies, depose world leaders, and build the greatest civilization of all time—all through a new streamlined interface that’s more enjoyable to play.
Join the Civilization gaming revolution with Sid Meier’s Civilization VI: Gold Edition for just $24.99—75% off its usual price for a limited time.
Prices are subject to change.
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