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Sid Meier's Civilization: Beyond Earth - Exoplanets Map Pack
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|Sid Meier's Civilization: Beyond Earth - Exoplanets Map Pack|
|Sid Meier's Civilization|
|Turn-based Strategy, 4X|
|Microsoft Windows, macOS and GNU/Linux|
Alcohol Reference, Fantasy Violence and Language
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November 26, 2014
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The Exoplanets Map Pack includes six custom maps inspired by real-world exoplanets. Specialized scripts produce randomized geographic layouts each time a new game begins, allowing for even more re-playability on new alien worlds.
Maps[edit | edit source]
- Kepler 186f: This lush forest planet is one of the oldest known Earth-like planets.
- Rigil Khantoris Bb: Orbiting the closest star to the solar system, the historical records of this arid continental planet’s settlement are well-preserved.
- Tau Ceti d: This planet of seas and archipelagos features a booming biodiversity and a wealth of resources.
- Mu Arae f: Tidally locked in orbit around a weak star, the southern hemisphere of this planet is a blistering desert where the sun never sets, while the northern hemisphere is perpetually in frozen darkness.
- 82 Eridani e: An alien world of scarce water and wracked by tectonic forces.
- Eta Vulpeculae b: A mysterious new discovery with unknown terrain.