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Humankind Gets Civics & Ideologies Feature


Learn more about the Civics & Ideologies that make up AMPLITUDE Studios and SEGA’s Humankind with the latest feature for the game.

In this historical strategy game, each Civics decision will have a direct impact on gameplay, and will help position the player along four different ideological axes: geopolitics, economy, government, and society. These axes will represent both the societal structure and the values in its game world.

Note that civics decisions will trigger through game situations, so that they make sense in context. These decisions will have a direct impact on gameplay, one that will last throughout the game. Narrative events, which are based on real historical situations, will also present additional choices that will help shape your ideologies.

Learn more with the trailer below:

HUMANKIND™ Feature Focus: Civics and Ideologies

Humankind is a historical turn-based strategy game which has the player re-writing the entire narrative of humankind. Players will be able to create their own civilization through the combination of 60 historical cultures from the Ancient to the Modern Age.

The game will launch in 2021 for the PC. For those who would like a taste of what is to come, players can sign up for the OpenDev here.

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