Sid Meier’s Civilization V has sold 10 million units on Steam

It appears that Sid Meier’s Civilization V has hit a new milestone. According to Steamspy’s data, Firaxis’ strategy game has sold more than 10 million units worldwide.

Sid Meier’s Civilization V was released in 2010 and it took almost seven years to hit that 10 million milestone.

Civilization V took the definitive strategy game series in new directions with the introduction of hexagonal tiles allowing for deeper strategy, more realistic gameplay and stunning organic landscapes for players to explore as they expand their empire.

Civilization V featured, for the first time in the series, fully animated leaders interacting with players from a screen-filling diplomatic scene and speaking in their native language for the first time.

In addition to the new gameplay features debuting in Civilization V, an extensive suite of community, modding and multiplayer elements were also be available!

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