2K Games and Valve have inked an "agreement" to put out a special Steam deluxe edition of the no-troop-stacking Civilization title, Sid Meier's Civilization V.
According to a fresh out of the oven press release, the Digital Deluxe Edition of the new Civ will launch with a behind-the-scenes making-of video, the game's "epic" soundtrack, and access to Babylon's finest, Nebuchadnezzar II.
All PC pre-orders of this edition, as well as the normal peasant PC edition, will get access to an additional downloadable map pack called The "Cradle of Civilization Map Pack" which allows players to practice becoming Takers in the Fertile Crescent all the way to the Persian Gulf. All editions will also ship with Steamworks.
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