Sega and Amplitude Studios announce historical turn-based strategy game Humankind for PC

Due out in 2020.

Humankind

Publisher Sega and developer Amplitude Studios announced historical turn-based strategy game Humankind for PC during the Gamescom 2019 Opening Night Live show. It will launch in 2020.

Here is an overview of the game, via its Steam page:

About

Humankind is Amplitude Studios’ magnum opus, a historical turn-based strategy game where YOU will re-write the entire narrative of humankind—a convergence of culture, history, and values that allows you to create a civilization that is as unique as you are.

Key Features

  • One Million Civilizations – Create your own civilization by combining 60 historical cultures from the Bronze to the Modern Age. Each culture brings its special gameplay layer, leading to near-endless outcomes. What civilization will you shape?
  • In the Eyes of Posterity – Every great deed you accomplish, every moral choice you make, every battle won will build your fame. The player with the most fame will win the game. Will you be the one to leave the deepest mark on the world?
  • More Than History, It Is Your Story – Face real historical events, lead renown figures, and make scientific breakthroughs. Discover the natural wonders of the world or build the remarkable creations of humankind. How will you change the course of Humankind?
  • A Tactical World – Show off your tactical skills by mastering terrain elevation with city-building and tactical battles. Call upon your allies to transform a battle into an eight-player world war! What strategy will you mastermind?

Watch the announcement trailer below. Visit the official website here.

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