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New Civilization 6 trailer reveals first look at England – or is that Britain?

Firaxis Games has released a new trailer for Civilization 6 showcasing England’s special units and abilities.

England, or Great Britain, will have two special units in Civ 6. The first of these is the Sea Dog, a small ship that specialises in naval combat.

The second unit is known as the Red Coats, an infantry unit that grows more powerful the further you are from your capital city.

When combined these two units can be used to strategically control land and sea, giving you the advantage against neighbouring countries.

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England also has two special abilities at its disposal, one of which is the British Museum. This structure will allow your cities to obtain more artefacts and train archaeologists.

Up next is the Royal Navy Dockyard, granting your ships with additional movement points, gold and admiral points.

Your leader this time around is once again Queen Victoria. Keep an eye out for the inevitable Nigel Farage mod when the game launches on October 21.

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