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At the end of last week, Firaxis Games confirmed that more details about Civilization 6's Ethiopia Pack would be coming today, Monday, July 13. The developer has now made good on its word, revealing a slew of new information about the second pack in the Civ 6 New Frontier Pass. Among this information are specifics on the new District included in the Ethiopia Pack and the DLC's release date, all of which is sure to be of interest to many players.

To start, Civilization 6's Ethiopia Pack is now set to release on Thursday, July 23. This is almost exactly two months after the launch of the Maya and Gran Colombia Pack, the first DLC in the New Frontier Pass, and indeed fans that have been excited to try out the new content found in the Ethiopia Pack do not have to wait too much longer for it.

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With respect to exactly what that new content is, Firaxis has also just shared details on the District that will be added to the game with the Ethiopia Pack: the Diplomatic Quarter. This new Civ 6 District grants +1 Diplomatic Favor for each Delegation or Embassy from a foreign civilization, and a civ can only have one in their empire. Additionally, the Diplomatic Quarter grants +1 Envoy if built next to a city center and reduces the level of enemy Spies that target it or adjacent Districts by two.

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There are also two Buildings that can be constructed within the Diplomatic Quarter, and they are the Consulate and Chancery. The Consulate grants +4 Gold, +4 Science, +2 Faith, and +2 Influence Points per turn while also lowering the level of enemy Spies by one when they target the city with the building or another city that has an Encampment. The Chancery, which can only be built after the Consulate, grants +3 Faith and +3 Influence Points per turn and provides Science when an enemy Spy is captured or killed (at a rate of 50 Science per level of the Spy).

The Diplomatic Quarter is, of course, just one part of the forthcoming DLC pack, and Firaxis indicates that a more extensive look at Ethiopia as a civilization will be available 'later this month.' That said, the developer has shared the Ethiopian leader's ability, which grants extra Faith from international Trade Routes and provides new ways to use that Faith to secure a Culture Victory in Civ 6, giving fans a good idea of where this new civ's interests lie.

Civilization 6 is available for iOS, Linux, Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

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