Civilization V: One World Expansion Leaked?

Civilization V: One World has appeared in the Steam database, listed as an expansion.

Spotted on the Neogaf forums, this would be the game’s second expansion pack. The first, Civilization V: Gods & Kings, released on June 19, 2012 and included features such as religion, espionage, enhanced naval combat and combat AI, as well as nine new civilizations.

Civilization V hit the Steam Workshop in June 2012, where it has enjoyed a warm reception from the Steam modding community.

We’ve reached out to 2k for comment and received a canned response:

“Thanks for your interest in the Civilization franchise, per company policy, 2K does not comment on rumors or speculation.”

What would you like to see in the next Civ 5 expansion?

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2 Comments on Civilization V: One World Expansion Leaked?


On January 15, 2013 at 4:36 pm

A More functional United Nations. Really sorta sad the way it’s basically a trigger for a diplo victory and that’s it. I don’t want the overly restrictive UN from Civ 2 back (where a simple majority vote forced peace or a ban on nukes) but have it do something.

Also bring back things like Apostolic palace, maybe even make theocracy/religious regimes a bit more interesting, where you can have religious followers in certain cities emphasize certain things, leading to bonuses for your own civ, religious mercenaries, etc.


On January 22, 2013 at 8:32 pm

Going with the “One World” name, two major upgrades.

1. Make it so Diplomatic Victory is not something most players just turn off.

2. Give players a reason to colonize other continents. Usually it’s not necessary unless you’re playing for science or domination.