The launch of Sid Meier’s Civilization VI: Rise and Fall, the first large expansion pack for the favorite strategy game, is just under a month off. Recently, Firaxis and 2K have been building up anticipation for its launch by introducing new Civilizations and leaders that are included in the growth, and today, they unveiled one more. Georgia has been shown as the following Civilization to be contained in Fall and Rise and will likely be directed by Tamar, one of Georgia’s more notable rulers.
For all those of you who harbor’t heard about Tamar, she was born a queen of Georgia, also rose into power and became leader of Georgia despite some opposition. During her time in control, she enlarged the domain that Georgia had, while also being very spiritual and encouraging the arts.
The exceptional capability of Georgia is known as “Power in Unity” and allows players to which gives players additional bonuses when entering a Golden Age. Meanwhile, the Tamar’s unique ability, “Glory of the World, Kingdom, and Faith”, provides Georgia additional faith at the start of a Protectorate War and more envoys to ship to city-states that discuss the same religion.
If it has to do with unique components, Georgia has the Khevsureti, a melee unit that sees combat bonuses on hilly terrain whilst ignoring its movement penalties. In terms of the special building/improvement, there’s the Tsikhe, that replaces the Renaissance Walls, acquiring a lower generation cost and supplying religion.