Review: Sid Meier's Civilization: Beyond Earth Rising Tide [v 18.104.22.16835 2 DLC] (2014) PC RePack by xata
Sid Meier's Civilization: Beyond Earth Rising Tide is the first expansion pack for the sci-fi strategy game that challenges players to colonize and shape a new world. The expansion adds new features and content to the base game, such as:
Sid Meier's Civilization: Beyond Earth Rising Tide [v 22.214.171.12435 2 DLC] (2014) PC | RePack by xata
Four new factions with unique leaders, units, and abilities.
New aquatic gameplay that allows players to build floating cities and explore the oceans.
New hybrid affinities that combine the strengths of two different ideologies.
New diplomatic system that rewards players for cooperating or competing with other factions.
Two new biomes: Primordial and Frigid.
Two new world types: Protean and Lush.
New artifacts, quests, wonders, and achievements.
The expansion also includes two DLC packs: Exoplanets Map Pack and Rising Tide Soundtrack. The Exoplanets Map Pack adds six custom maps inspired by real exoplanets, while the Rising Tide Soundtrack features 9 original tracks composed by Geoff Knorr and Griffin Cohen.
Sid Meier's Civilization: Beyond Earth Rising Tide is a RePack by xata, which means it is a compressed version of the original game that has been optimized for faster installation and performance. The RePack includes all the updates and patches up to version 126.96.36.19935, as well as the two DLC packs mentioned above. The RePack also supports multiple languages and has a user-friendly interface.
If you are a fan of Sid Meier's Civilization series or sci-fi strategy games in general, you should definitely check out Sid Meier's Civilization: Beyond Earth Rising Tide [v 188.8.131.5235 2 DLC] (2014) PC RePack by xata. It is a fun and challenging game that will keep you hooked for hours as you explore, expand, exploit, and exterminate on a new planet.
One of the most notable features of Sid Meier's Civilization: Beyond Earth Rising Tide is the new aquatic gameplay. Players can now build floating cities that can move across the water and harvest resources from the sea floor. Aquatic cities have different advantages and disadvantages compared to land-based ones, such as being more vulnerable to naval attacks but having more flexibility and mobility. Aquatic cities also have unique buildings and districts that can boost their production, culture, science, or health.
The expansion also introduces new hybrid affinities, which are combinations of the existing affinities: Harmony, Supremacy, and Purity. Hybrid affinities allow players to customize their faction's ideology and unlock new units and upgrades that reflect their mixed values. For example, a player who chooses a Harmony-Supremacy hybrid affinity can create a Xenoswarm, a unit that consists of cybernetically enhanced alien creatures. Hybrid affinities also affect the appearance and personality of the faction leaders, as well as their diplomatic relations with other factions.
The diplomatic system in Sid Meier's Civilization: Beyond Earth Rising Tide has been revamped to make it more dynamic and interactive. Players can now use a new currency called Diplomatic Capital to trade, bribe, or coerce other factions. Diplomatic Capital can be earned by completing quests, building wonders, or fulfilling agreements with other factions. Diplomatic Capital can also be spent on various benefits, such as boosting one's own economy, culture, or military, or sabotaging another faction's progress. Additionally, players can now influence the global agenda by proposing or voting on resolutions that affect all factions. e0e6b7cb5c