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Civilization V Gets Far Cry 4 Mod, Pagan Min: Kingdom of Kyrat
What originally started as an April Fool’s joke for the Civilization V community is now a full sized far Cry 4 mod in the form of Pagan Min: Kingdom of Kyrat.
Not only does the mod bring in the notorious villain Pagan Min, it also brings in the location and two army units in the form of Hunters and Royal Guards – just as they were featured in the latest Far Cry title.
If you take a look at the Steam Workshop page of the mod you will see details that they have shared for those who are interested.
Shangri-La: Receive a small boost of Gold for exploring Ancient Ruins. +1 Gold in the Capital City for each Artifact in the empire, and +4 Gold from unexcavated Antiquity Sites worked by a city.
Hunter: Replaces the Crossbowman. Slightly weaker than the unit it replaces, but moves through rough terrain as if it were flat, and is Invisible while in Forest or Jungle.
Royal Guard: Replaces Infantry. +1 Movement when it starts its turn in Friendly territory, and can excavate Antiquity Sites like an Archaeologist.
That is not all, the modders have also listed some other features that the Far Cry 4 mod is going to support in Civilization V. Here’s what they are saying:
Includes mod support for Events and Decisions, YnAEMP, Ethnic Units, Map Labels, Unique Cultural Influence, Cultural Diversity, Historical Religions Complete and Buddhist Denominations, and Exploration Continued Expanded.
However, if you are interested in trying out the Far Cry 4 mod, you will first need to download the Brave New World DLC for Civilization V.
Other than Steam Workshop, the mod is also available on CivFanatics