Civilization 6 comes to iPad, full game to cost $60

Going by the bullet points in the Steam and iTunes App Store product listings for Civilization 6, which are almost identical, the iPad version sounds like a nearly feature-complete port of the original game. However, iOS games are a new adventure for the developer.

However, just because the Civilization 6 iPad port is on a tablet doesn't mean that it's any cheaper; the game will still be costing around 60 dollars, which considering how much content you're getting in the game (especially since this is the full game, barring upcoming DLC) is entirely reasonable.

Of course Civ VI is rarely $60 on PC anymore, so I wouldn't be surprised to see that launch special become a permanent pricepoint. But the requirements are hefty: Civilization VI requires iOS 11 on an iPad Air 2, iPad 2017, or any iPad Pro. Each of these civilizations have their own bonuses, unique units, and buildings, and since the game released Firaxis has been releasing a lot of them.

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Before buying it, if you want to make sure that this is a purchase you really want to do, you can install it for free and get 60 turns for free. That deal goes away on January 4th. The price of the game is unparalleled, even if we were to think of a full console/ PC game. For comparison's sake, 2K charged $19.99 at launch for the iOS port of XCOM: Enemy Unknown back in 2013.

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Civilization VI offers new ways to interact with your world, expand your empire across the map, advance your culture, and compete against history's greatest leaders to build a civilization that will stand the test of time. The port does not support controllers. Game developers chose to discount the game during the Christmas holiday. This is the first time the main series has been available on iPad.

  • Regina Walsh