The new Civilization 6 Leader Pass adds 18 heads of state from different regions. 12 of the bosses are completely new faces and six of them are different versions of existing bosses in the game. They will be added in six individual DLCs that will be released from November 2022 to March 2023. The first pack to be released on November 21st is called Great Negotiators and will include Abraham Lincoln, Queen Mbande Nzinga and Sultan Saladin.
The pass will only be distributed to PCs via Steam and Epic, macOS and iOS. That current press release does not mention if the new Leader Pass will be on consoles.
For PC players who have purchased Civilization VI Anthology, the new Leader Pass is available free of charge. For iOS and macOS players, the Leader Pass must be purchased individually. Some packs also require previous DLCs. For example, the Great Commanders’ Pack, which includes Nader Shah (Persia), requires the Persia & Macedon Scenario Pack.
The final Season Pass for Civ 6 was New Frontiers, which released in 2020 and followed a similar release format for six DLCs. Consoles were included in the new Frontiers release, so it’s surprising that the new Leader Pass is limited to PC, macOS, and iOS only.
For a complete list of all DLCs in the Leader Pass, see the list below. The asterisk indicates that the purchase of a specific DLC is required to access the specific leader.
Pack 1: Great Negotiators
- Abraham Lincoln (United States)
- Queen Mbande Nzinga (Congo)
- Sultan Saladin (Arabia)
Pack 2: Great Commanders
- Tokugawa (Japan)
- Nader Shah (Persia)3
- Suleiman the Magnificent (Ottoman Empire)**
Pack 3: Rulers of China
- Yongle (China)
- Qin Shihuang the Unifier (China)
- Wu Zetian (China)
Pack 4: Rulers of the Sahara
- Rameses (Egypt)
- Ptolemaic Cleopatra (Egypt)
- King Sundiata Keita (Mali)**
Pack 5: Great Builders
- Theodora (Byzantine)**
- Sejong (Korea)**
- Ludwig II (Germany)
Pack 6: Rulers of England
- Elizabeth I (England)
- Varangian Harald Hardrada (Norway)
- Victoria – Age of Steam (England)
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