2K Games is working on a pair of acclaimed Firaxis compilations, one of which is making a sudden arrival tomorrow. A 'Complete Edition' of Civilization V, which will include the base game and all of its add-ons, will hit PC on February 5, while the Complete Edition of XCOM: Enemy Unknown (which includes the XCOM: Enemy Within expansion) will drop on March 4.
Civilization V: The Complete Edition will be priced at $49.99 and include the base game, its two expansions, and its DLC, comprised of the following (via Game Informer):
- Expansion: Gods & Kings
- Expansion: Brave New World
- Civilization Pack: Babylon (Nebuchadnezzar II)
- Cradle of Civilization – Americas Map
- Cradle of Civilization – Asia Map
- Cradle of Civilization – Mediterranean Map
- Cradle of Civilization – Mesopotamia Map
- Double Civilization and Scenario Pack: Spain and Inca
- Explorer's Map Pack
- Civilization and Scenario Pack: Polynesia
- Civilization and Scenario Pack: Denmark – The Vikings
- Civilization and Scenario Pack: Korea
- Wonders of the Ancient World Scenario Pack
- Scrambled Continents Map Pack
- Scrambled Nations Map Pack
An Amazon listing has the XCOM: Enemy Unknown Complete Edition at a similar $49.99 price tag. It will include the base game, the XCOM: Enemy Within expansion, Elite Soldier add-on, Slingshot add-on, and Second Wave add-on.
Ozzie Mejia posted a new article, Civilization 5 and XCOM: Enemy Unknown get complete editions.
2K Games is working on a pair of Complete Editions for Civilization V and XCOM: Enemy Unknown. The former will release tomorrow, while the latter arrives on March 4 with XCOM: Enemy Within packed in.
Aw, so no more XCOM expansions? Well, I suppose they might just be making some sort of follow-up with is okay by me. I wonder what Firaxis is up to. Do they have anything announced?
I pray to Jesus every day that EA sells them back the rights to Alpha Centauri.
Or, more likely:
"Are those Mind Worms making it difficult to exploit the land's resources, Director? Pay $10 to buy Planet's favour for 30 turns."
They could just call it something else. Planetfall or Rigel Kentaurus would be good options.
Hopefully hard at work on their next game. They had a really busy stretch during those last couple of years, pumping out XCOM, Civ, and some really good free-to-play iOS games.