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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 12:03pm 28/04/11 | 2 Comments
Firaxis and 2K Games have revealed the next bout of DLC for Civilization V, Denmark: The Vikings and an all-new Explorer's Pack which will feature 10 new multiplayer maps.
In 1066: Year of Viking Destiny, the throne of England is up for grabs. Take the role of one of four leaders and seize control of the British Isles! Special rules for the scenario ensure that the only way to win is by the cunning use of force. Can you complete the Domesday Book and secure legal rule before your rivals? Use unique units for each faction in the scenario to claim the throne and stand the test of time.
Both DLC packs will be available for download from May 3 at AU$5.99 each.












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Tollaz0r!
Posted 12:19pm 28/4/11
Have they fixed the AI yet? Or is it still stupidly easy to defend your cities against a massive army with just a small handful of units? That totally ruined Civ 5 for me.

Civ 4 is almost better in every way, graphically it isn't tho.
Winston
Posted 03:43pm 28/4/11
Will this new team be available in multiplayer?
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