New “African Culture” DLC for Humanity Coming Next Week

So far, the only post-launch additions that developer Amp Amp Studios has made in strategy game Human arrived in free update form. For now, however, Amp Amp plans to change things up by releasing the first paid DLC expansion for Human, voiced The Cultures of Africa. The name tell everythings, The Cultures of Africa allows the player to develop six new African civilizations, each in six game time periods. In addition, the DLC offers “new” players Natural wonders and construction, independents and 15 new narrative events. “Players can experience this new expansion after it drops on January 20th.

According to a press release, the six new civilizations in the DLC represent “the first additions to [the] Original list of 60 cultures. These new cultures include the Bantu for the Ancient Era, the Garamantes for the Classical Age, Swahili for the Medieval Age, the Maasai for the Early Modern Age, the Ethiopian for the Industrial Age and Nigerians for Contemporary Times Just like the original list of cultures, the six new cultures all have an affinity that allows them to specialize in certain areas. For example, because Ethiopians have military ties, they can allow players to “catch up on military and science” faster than five other cultures.

What about the rest of the new content?

Relating to “new construction and natural wonders”, the DLC allows players to find Mount Kilimanjaro, Victoria Falls, Zuma Rock, Lake Natron, and Djenné Grand Mosque. Oddly enough, the press release doesn’t state anything about the DLC’s “7 Independents and 15 New Narrative Events,” so players will have to wait to find out more.

Fan Human will probably appreciate the significant new additions The Cultures of Africa will bring. While the expansion will cost $8.99 USD on release date, you can get it with a 10% discount if you choose to buy it before January 20. New “African Culture” DLC for Humanity Coming Next Week


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