Sid Meier's Civilization VI or simply Civilization VI is a turn-based strategy video game that belongs to the Civilization series of titles that you are sure to already know. It appeared last year and is available for various platforms, including for GNU / Linux and that you can find from Valve's online store, the famous Steam that we talk so much about and give so many joys to lovers of gaming and Linux.
The game system that Civilization VI has is simple, empires on a map with more than decent graphics, in which you will have to do your strategies to manage the cities and carry out the necessary defenses and attacks to defeat your enemies. A lot of people do not like this type of video game because they prefer traditional real-time strategy games, but surely that is not everyone's opinion. Regardless of introducing the game, that was not the point of this article.
Actually the article is because it has been updated with a new implementation known as Summer 2017 Update that you can get now for the Windows versions, and that will soon reach the Linux versions and also the Mac versions, which are a little behind the Microsoft system. This is normal as developers tend to prioritize the platform with the most clients.
The developers have publicly announced that Linux and Mac versions they will take time and appreciate the patience of all affected users. So we'll wait for news on Steam or any other source to see if it finally shows up without too much delay. For now, you can continue enjoying the game without the update or purchase it from now if you did not have it (and you like it) and keep waiting for the update. By the way, the patch has improvements for the adjustment of maps, improvements for the GUI, the AI, and others ...