When it came to showing off the different Humankind figures, the fact that they were going to appear in this strategy title was mainly highlighted 60 different cultures, 10 for each epoch in history. This is impressive in itself, but SEGA has set out to increase that number even further.
For this, in a few days it will launch Cultures of africa, a new DLC that will bring together six new cultures originating from the African continent with which we can experience thousands of years of its history. Exactly they will be the following:
- Ancient era – Bantu (expansionist)– Ideal for those who want to grab a ton of land at full speed with this group.
- Classic era – Garamantes (agrarian): at the time they emerged as a regional power in silo II and thanks to their strong agricultural economy they will obtain food from arid territories.
- Medieval era – Swahili (merchant): the commercial network they built in the Indian Ocean makes it a perfect culture for those who have many coasts and want to take advantage of them.
- Modern era – Maasai (agrarian): a strongly pastoral town that will be an option to consider for those who want to optimize their growth rate.
- Industrial Age – Ethiopians (Militarists): Thanks to the creation of fortresses on the cliffs and natural ledges, this culture was able to reject most of the colonial forces and that is why it is one of the best for those who want to catch up on military and scientific matters.
- Contemporary Era – Nigerians (Agrarian): the variety of its terrain and abundance of hydraulic resources make it one of the main producers in West Africa, so with this culture the oil deposits and agricultural labor will be enhanced.
Of course, this is just a snack, because the downloadable content will include five new wonders, like Mount Kilimanjaro or Victoria Falls, plus seven independent towns and 15 new narrative events, so it will be a complete pack.
All this will be from January 20, the day the African Cultures DLC of Humankind It will go on sale for 8.99 euros, although those who reserve it in advance can benefit from a 10% discount, which never hurts.