2K and Firaxis Games have announced two new map packs for Sid Meier’s Civilization V.
Available from digital retailers on November 5, 2013, the Scrambled Continents and Scrambled Nations packs offer even more settings for the quest to build an enduring civilisation.
The Scrambled Continents pack gives fans a new way to play Civilization V where they will use a wide variety of real-world geographic locations as the backdrops for their games.
While the familiar outline of the continent’s geography stays constant, the interior landscape changes each time you play, resulting in endless replayability and countless plausible scenarios.
The maps included in Scrambled Continents are Africa, Eastern Asia, North and South America, Western Europe, the Middle East, a thawed Antarctica, new scripted maps for Small Continents, Oceania, and one map including all of Earth’s continents.
The upcoming Scrambled Nations has been inspired by the Scramble for Africa scenario that was part of the Civ V expansion, Sid Meier’s Civilization V: Brave New World.
The new packs include authentic geographic outlines with randomised interiors, giving players even more ways to “one more turn” their way to world domination.