Civilization 5's Brave New World expansion introduces Morocco and Indonesia

Civilization 5's next expansion, Brave New World, will introduce playable Morocco and Indonesia civilizations, according to the official Sid Meier's Civilization Facebook page.

Indonesia's leader is Gajah Mada, a military leader and the prime minister of the Majapahit Empire. Morocco is lead by Ahmad al-Mansur sultan of the Saadi dynasty in the second half of the 1600s.

The expansion will add other new features, such as eight new wonders, two new scenarios, new trade systems, nine new playable civilizations, such as Poland with the leader Casimir III, Brazil with Pedro II, Assyria with Ashurbanipal and Portugal with Maria .

It will also introduce a new overhauled Culture victory path. The Culture victory path lets players achieve victory through cultivating paintings, performances and writings, and then store them in museums and opera houses. The culture attracts tourism which in turn spreads influence.

Brave New World will launch in North America July 9 on Windows PC for $29.99, and internationally on July 12. For more information on the expansion, be sure to read our interview with Firaxis Games developer Ed Beach where he discusses the culture victory and revamped international trade routes.

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