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Civilization 5: Gods and Kings Preview -- Espionage, Naval Combat, And Religion, Oh My!

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Posted April 7, 2012 - By Leah Jackson


Civilization 5 Gods and Kings

Eric "I Love Apples" Eckstein got the chance to play through Civilization 5's latest expansion pack: Civilization 5: Gods and Kings and reported back that it's all structured around three core additions: espionage, naval combat, and religion.

"Quite simply, you gotta have Faith. It's a new resource that is earned each turn by either building shrines or discovering ruins, much like gold, science, or culture. As a nation, you'll need to make a choice as to whether or not you want to go down a faith-based path and reap those rewards, possibly putting your might or social influence at a disadvantage. Eventually, as you earn faith, you'll hit a milestone which opens up the Pantheon of the Gods, which is basically a bonus you choose to affect a city. Do you want to add +1 Culture to your cities, or maybe +1 Food for camps near your city? Depending on how you plan on leading your empire, these are critical decisions."

You can take one more turn if you head over to our Civilization 5: Gods and Kings preview right now

Civilization 5: Gods and Kings Preview -- Espionage, Naval Combat, And Religion, Oh My!
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