The game is free to try out for the first 60 turns. While there are a number of other games that have been put on iPad before like Minecraft or Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, something as big and graphically intensive as Civilization 6 is something new. These games appeal to different audiences, and they're easier to play in short sessions on the go. The iOS version does not include any expansion content. The mobile port has been developed by Aspyr Media, the studio that has previously ported titles from series like Civilization, Borderlands, BioShock and others to macOS and Linux.
The PC Gaming channel is presented by Intel's Game Dev program. Afterwards, Civilization VI will cost the regular price of $60 Dollars. Sid Meier's Civilization VI is now available on PC and iPad. Running on iOS 11 on the iPad Air 2, iPad 2017 and iPad Pro, while the game will cost a hefty $60 (it's now available for $29.99 until January 4th), being able to play Civilization VI while on the move will be an experience that fans of the series will find worthy of shelling out for.More news: Army Major, three soldiers martyred in Pak firing along LoC
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Of course Civ VI is rarely $60 on PC anymore, so I wouldn't be surprised to see that launch special become a permanent pricepoint. Purchase the full game to build an empire that stands the test of time! However, the game is now on sale for half off, $29.99. For comparison's sake, 2K charged $19.99 at launch for the iOS port of XCOM: Enemy Unknown back in 2013.
Watch below the Civilization VI iPad trailer. As for cross-platform play with the PC versions, Aspyr said it does not support that feature "at this time". The port does not support controllers.