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'Civilization V: The Complete Edition' heads to PC today

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2K and Firaxis Games announced earlier today that Sid Meier's Civilization V: The Complete Edition is now available for digital download, and that a retail release will be available for Windows on February 7th. This complete edition will feature the entire Civilization V collection, including the “Gods & Kings” and “Brave New World” expansion packs.

Also featured is a revamped version of the “Conquest of the New World” scenario, which features an expanded tech and policy tree, a new victory point system, and an increased number of civilations. Based in the year 1492, this scenario has players embarking on a journey across the Atlantic, in search of a western route to China and the Indies. “Conquest” requires the “Brave New World” expansion pack, and will be free via Steam for those who have already purchased it.

On top of the two expansion packs and deluxe scenario, this complete set includes all previously released add-on content. This includes the Babylon pack, as well as the Americas, Asia, Mediterranean, Mesopotamia and scrambled map packs. It also features the various scenario packs, including Spain and Inca, Polynesia, Denmark and the Vikings, Korea and the ancient world.

Civilization V: The Complete Edition is now available for digital download at the price of $49.99, and is the perfect chance to jump into this strategy franchise.

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