Civilization V’s new ‘Scrambled Continents’ map pack available, another on the way

Civilization V

By on October 17, 2013 at 3:16 pm

Getting sick of the same ol’ Civilization? Perhaps the new ‘Scrambled Continents’ map pack will fix that for you, as it’s a special map designed by Firaxis with completely randomised interiors at the beginning of each game.

“While the familiar outline of the continent’s geography stays constant, the inner heart of the world changes each time you play for endless replayability on countless plausible worlds,” says Firaxis.

“Maps include Africa, Eastern Asia, North and South America, Western Europe, the Middle East, a thawed Antarctica, new scripted maps for Small Continents and Oceania, plus one map including all of Earth’s continents.”

A second scrambled map pack is on the way with something called ‘Scrambled Nations’, which is basically the same deal but for nations rather than continents. It’s currently priced at $7.99 for Australians, which is $3 more than the US gets charged, because why not. Get it on Steam here.

Source: PC Gamer

3 comments (Leave your own)

Wont be buying it for inflated prices thats for sure.

 

It is possible to get for $4 from green man gaming with

GMG20-7EKXF-UTQXX :)

 

Already have infinite maps.
continents
small continents
islands
archipelago
east Vs west
hemispheres

.etc

 
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