Civilization V’s Brave New World video explains trade routes

Civilization V: A Brave New World

By on June 3, 2013 at 8:34 am

With Civilization V’s next expansion hitting our shores on July 12, it’s a good time to look at the mechanics by which goods are shipped to our shores — trade routes, to be precise. The new trade routes in Brave New World can be established over land and sea, and ferry both goods and gold between your empire and others. You can even establish trade routes inward, to ensure your burgeoning territory is well supplied.

Check out the video below, or for more information, you might want to look at our big ol’ preview.

4 comments (Leave your own)

Played another game of Civ on the weekend with a mate. Really looking forward to this expansion :D

 

Yup always got some games of this going. Can’t wait for these new additions.

 

Looking forward to this.

I must say I’ve found it almost impossible to go back to any of the old Civs purely because of unit stacking. So the more content for Civ 5 the better.

 

ooshp:
Looking forward to this.

I must say I’ve found it almost impossible to go back to any of the old Civs purely because of unit stacking. So the more content for Civ 5 the better.

Damn straight Ooshp!!

 
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