The Gods & Kings expansion for Civilization V will be here before we know it. For North America, the big day is June 19, while our international friends are getting the new content a few days later on June 22.
I immediately regret using this image, because it makes me feel like I'm being judged for things I haven't even done yet -- by a guy wearing a fluffy hat, of all people. While we're on the subject, Gods & Kings will most notably bring religion (so everyone can share in my misery) and espionage to Civ V.
Players looking to expand the line-up of civilizations, leaders, wonders, units, and scenarios ought to keep an eye on this release.
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