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Amplitude Studio's Humankind 4x strategy game receives its first gameplay trailer

A new take on the Civ-like 4X genre?

Amplitude Studio's Humankind 4x strategy game receives its first gameplay trailer

Amplitude Studio's Humankind 4x strategy game receives its first gameplay trailer

Amplitude Studios, the developer behind Endless Space and Endless Legend, has released its first gameplay trailer for Humankind, it's turn-based 4x strategy game. 

Humankind will see players create custom avatars and use them to mould civilisations from the Neolithic era to the modern age, allowing gamers to mix and match between over 60 historical cultures that span from the Egyptians to the Romans and Khmer. 

Combat-wise, the game at first seems like an alternative to Firaxis' Civilization series, though it looks like the game's combat system will be a lot more complex, with terrain height having an impact on combat as well as other factors. Science will also play a critical role in combat, as up-to-date combat technology will be critical to military success.   

At the time of writing, Humankind appears to be a PC exclusive that is due to release sometime in 2020. 

  

   Create your leader. Share it with the world.

In Humankind, you will play as an avatar that you create, customize and lead to make the largest mark on history.

As you progress through Amplitude's brand new historical 4X strategy game, you'll combine cultures through six different eras to build a unique civilization as you are. The journey matters more than the destination, and no great deed will go unnoticed.

How far will you push Humankind?


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13-12-2019, 04:41:17

NeverBackDown
What an awful trailer. Looks like a cheap knock off of Civ 6 down to the last awful graphic art style.

First reveal was great. No idea what they are doing nowQuote

13-12-2019, 10:06:23

Bartacus
I'll wait for reviews. I'm all for a new entry into that genre though. The more the merrier.Quote
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