Civilization VI Videos & Trailers

The behind-closed-doors theater presentation of Civilization VI at E3 2016, narrated by Sean Bean.
A look at the American civilization and its leader, Theodore Roosevelt.
John Curtin was the 14th Prime Minister of Australia, serving while the country was under direct threat of Japanese attack during World War II.
Montezuma I was the fifth king of the city of Tenochtitlan and second emperor of the Aztecs.
Pedro II, born in 1839, was the second and final ruler of the Empire of Brazil.
Get a first look at the importance of Builders in Civilization VI.
During his reign, Qin Shi Huang's military generals greatly expanded the size of China's territory.
Poundmaker was greatly respected among his people, an outstanding orator who went on to become a great leader.
Cleopatra Thea Philopater set forth on a path to power that left many lives in her wake.
A look at the English civilization and its leader, Queen Victoria.
Born an Italian noblewoman, Catherine de Medici served as queen from 1547 until 1559.
Frederick Barbarossa served as the King of Germany and Holy Roman Emperor for nearly 40 years.
Pericles was an influential Greek statesman and general of the Athens army during the Golden Age of Athens.
History remembers Queen Gorgo of Sparta as a wise politician and capable ruler.
Returning to lead India in Civilization VI is Mahatma Gandhi, who led the campaign for India's independence from British rule through a specific philosophy of nonviolent resistance called Satyagraha.
Chandragupta Maurya of India toppled a corrupt empire, succeeded in pushing the boundaries of his kingdom and worked to better the lives of his subjects, and then he voluntarily walked away from it all.
Dyah Gitarja went from being a princess locked in a tower to the warrior-queen regent of a 14th Century spice empire.
By 1181, Jayavarman VII had repelled Cham invaders to the north and when hostilities died down, he crowned himself king. But instead of turning outward and seeking to aggressively expand, he focused on his people.
Mvemba a Nzinga's road to becoming king was paved with conflict.
With no male successors, Seondeok became the rightful heir after King Jinpyeong's death in 632.
Alexander the Great, born in 356 BC, was a king of the ancient Greek kingdom of Macedon and one of the greatest conquerors the world has ever known.
Queen Wilhelmina's nearly 58-year reign is often remembered for her role maintaining Dutch neutrality during World War I and inspiring the Dutch resistance during World War II.
King Harald Hardrada's reign was marked by war, but also by great progress.
Many Kandake are described as warrior queens who led forces into battle, but references to Amanitore also point to an unprecedented time of growth through building.
Cyrus the Great built his empire through a series of brilliant military campaigns, starting with the surprise invasion of his Median grandfather, Astyages.
Born around the year AD 52, Marcus Ulpius Traianus held military renown and served as the governor of Upper Germany before being named Emperor in October 97 CE.
Peter the Great modernized Russia, expanded it's naval capabilities for both trade and warfare, and gained access to the Black Sea.
Born among the Scottish aristocracy, Robert the Bruce is best remembered for his stalwart leadership of Scotland during his nation's war for independence from England.
Tomyris assumed leadership of her group of nomadic pastoral tribes in 530 BC upon the death of her husband.
For 48 years, Philip II was king of the massive Spanish Empire, and the most powerful ruler in Europe during the 16th century.
The ancient manuscript the Sumerian King List claims that Gilgamesh ruled over the city of Uruk for 126 years.
The key leads of the development team working on Civilization VI.
How cities now spread across the world map through the placement of Districts and Wonders.
The meteoric rise of the Zulu under Shaka, coming at a time of increasing European colonization in the region, had a profound and complex impact on the history and culture of Southern Africa.
Expand your empire, advance your culture, and compete against history's greatest leaders.
Lead your empire into a Golden Age of prosperity or emerge triumphantly from a Dark Age into a memorable Heroic Age.
Rise and Fall's new features, including Great Ages, Loyalty, Governors, Emergencies, and Enhanced Alliances.