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?

kevin

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.

Dokhidamo

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.