The new game's price is $60.
Civilization VI is now available on the App Store for iPad. This is the first time the main series has been available on iPad. The UI is blown up a little bit, but all the same elements are there. Players are able to do things such as research for new technologies and cultures, build huge empires, and play with other players via local multiplayer as well. Making Civilization VI run on a tablet is a much more impressive feat, though. Or put a different way, Civilization has been "rebuilt with touch controls".
According to Twitter user Steve Troughton-Smith, mods are also supported via iTunes File Sharing. Civilization VI has appeared in the App Store for the latest brands of iPads. The good: fear not, for there are no microtransactions, timers, or any of that game design-influencing stuff that can break a game like this. It's free to download and play, but it's not a free game. After that, you have to buy it. That is a limited discount on what will be its usual $60 price.
However, Civ VI is now discounted at $30 for the launch window-which is (maybe not) coincidentally the price at which you can now buy the desktop version in Steam's winter sale. The iOS version does not include any expansion content.
A $60 iPad game would seem to be out of this world, but now it is no big deal.
The whole team worked really hard for this, and normally, they had to lose some stuff in order to make it iPad-friendly - no more animated screens, no more strategic view mode, but other than that, it's safe to say that now you're favourite game as you know it, comes in plan easier for you to play it.