Sid Meier's Civilization VI

Sid Meier's Civilization VI

Civilization VI: Gathering Storm – June 2019 Update Coming Soon

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hongkongblueboy Jul 13 @ 10:20pm 
Already July
drkatiyarvaibhavgame Jul 1 @ 10:29am 
pls steam community try to fix the problem of flooding tiles and construction of dam in custom map made by world builders
danmazrui Jun 26 @ 5:19pm 
June is done and I dont see any update. and when it installed before it had some issues.
Jarle Jun 19 @ 5:46pm 
-rep my profile or u big gey
Gillio Jun 18 @ 10:47pm 
I just tried the new expansion with a saved game, and I had no problems. The file did not give me problems, nor did I have any errors with the mods.

I clarify that the game was in its initial stages, just in the classical era, and with the Aztecs, but I want to indicate that none of the reported failures and that I read on the official 2K page about this expansion happened to me.

I've been lucky that until now, outside of the mods that did not work with Gathering Storm and that I had to wait for them to update them, none of the bugs that others pointed out affected me.
TrueUO.com FREE UO Jun 18 @ 7:53am 
Where is MY UPDATE?!
rpetrescu10 Jun 17 @ 12:19pm 
tomorrow
LordKain197 Jun 17 @ 12:03pm 
An update to say that an update is coming is ridiculous. June's halfway over. When is this update coming out??????
milkjug Jun 16 @ 11:02am 
Everyone in the comments is like "Gimme that update NOW"

and i'm just like. This is Civ. Just play a full game of Domination-Only Marathon on Huge Map and by the time you finish it the update will have released 2 months ago.
TheMule Jun 15 @ 5:36am 
In a 4X Strategy game, balance is everything. Just because a game is 'playable', as in I can run it, doesn't mean it's balanced. There is a tacit understanding when purchasing most big games that the initial product won't be perfect, that there will be bugs, or imbalances, and that the company will work to fix them. That is doubly true for Civ games. If they don't, if they were to just release a game, take our money, and not patch, update, or fix anything, then they would burn future bridges by destroying the goodwill and trust of their consumers. Obviously they don't want to do that. Legally, you're correct. I don't have the 'right' to updates. But I have a reasonable expectation of getting them. Gaming companies owe it to their consumers to release a product that meets certain expectations, that is the nature of the industry. It isn't entitled of me or anyone else to expect those updates, and at the same time, it isn't as though I'm not grateful to have them either.