Civlization V hasnít been out for long, but thereís already a wealth of user made maps, mods and scenarios available. Hereís our pick of the best from the early rush of Civ V mods. Whether you want to rebalance the economy, change the pace of the game, or play on a huge, scale version of the planet Earth, thereís something for you in the selection below.
Civilization V has a great mod browser built into it. It helps you search for the highest rated mods as voted by the community. All of the mods on this list can be downloaded and installed from inside the game, but you can follow the links for information on each one.
1. Daleís Earth Map
Civilization V has plenty of nations, each imbued with their own sense of personality, but the gameís randomly generated worlds means youíre never playing on the actual countries they represent. Daleís True Start Map Pack adds a decent world map with a built in scenario that puts every nation in its right place. For some, playing on a carefully modelled facsimile of our own planet takes the surprise and discovery out of the exploration element of the game, but the more you play, the less familiar the world becomes until youíre looking at a vision of what the world would look like with the Songhai Empire as the dominant superpower.
For the full list of mods head over to pcgamer.