Now you can pet the canine (however not the cats) in Civilization 6
As excited as we’re for all the civ steadiness adjustments and new items launched in yesterday’s Civ 6 patch, there’s one new characteristic that’s scratched a specific itch. We are able to now pet the canine in Civilization 6.
‘Which canine?!’ I hear you cry – an early recreation unit often known as the scout has a canine companion that travels with him as he explores the map. Scouts are fairly weak in fight conditions, however they’ve acquired excessive motion and sight vary values. This makes them helpful for exploring the map and discovering different Civ 6 civilisations and locations to settle.
The April patch has now launched a brand new ‘Pet the Canine’ button on the Scout’s unit capacity bar, as illustrated by this video on Reddit. When you click on it, a brand new animation will set off the place the human turns and pets his trustworthy doggo. However wait, it will get higher! Or worse, relying on which aspect of the battle strains you sit – it seems you’re not allowed to pet the cat.
‘Which Cat!?’ all you feline stans roar. Nicely, some time in the past Firaxis ran a particular promotion the place, for those who signed up for a 2K account, you could possibly unlock a brand new distinctive pores and skin for the scout unit that changed the canine with a number of cats. Though the brand new ‘pet’ button continues to be there, with the alternate pores and skin it’s disabled, as proven on this Reddit thread:
So there you go. You possibly can pet the canine, however not the cats. When you ask me, all pets are garbage anyway so that is all nonsense. The April steadiness patch was the ultimate replace launched as a part of the New Frontier season cross.
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Presently, the builders haven’t confirmed what’s coming subsequent for the 4X technique recreation however we’re hoping to return subsequent week with a extra in-depth evaluation as to what this patch has completed for Civ 6’s well being.