Battle Royale mode appeared in Civilization VI
Released in 2016, the 6th version of the turn-based strategy game, the iconic "Civilization", has the "Red Death" expansion, which introduces the Battle Royale mode. It is available as part of the free September update for everyone who bought the title in the PC version. As with games such as "Fortnite" or "PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds", as time passes (in this case, turns), the field of play becomes narrower. A maximum of 12 players can participate in the "Read Death" games. They have a choice of one of several post-apocalyptic factions, and our task is of course to survive. Due to the radioactive fallout, there is also not much time for expansion. Instead, we control mobile military units and a civilian who we must protect at all costs.
"Civilization" is a series of turn-based strategy games in which we develop the title civilization from ancient times through subsequent eras. The first part was created by Canadian programmer Sid Meier from the MicroProse studio and released in 1991 on the PC. However, due to the popularity of the title, versions for other platforms such as Amiga, Atari and consoles soon appeared. The Firaxis Games studio has been producing the game since 2005.