Sid Meier’s Civilization 6 was launched back in 2016, but for gamers who have yet to check the game out or wouldn’t mind taking it with them on the go, then you might be interested to learn that 2K Games has announced and confirmed that Civilization 6 will be making its way onto the Nintendo Switch.


The game has been confirmed for a release on the 16th of November so fans of the Civilization series can look forward to playing it on their console. It was suggested that the game’s announcement was actually scheduled for yesterday during the Nintendo Direct conference, which has since been delayed following the earthquake in Hokkaido.

It should also be noted that the version of the game launching on the Switch will include the Vikings, Poland, Australia and Persia/Macedon content packs that were previously released for the PC, meaning that the version players will be getting will be pretty much all the content and updates that have been released to date.

There will also be support for four-player local co-op modes and competitive play. No word on how much the game will cost, but if you’re a fan of the series then you’ll want to mark that date down on your calendar.

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