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Today we're excited to share that the next monthly Civilization VI challenge, Three Stars Each, is now live for the Steam version of the game on PC. This challenge can be attempted at either Prince or Emperor difficulty.

For a limited time, challenges like this one afford you an opportunity to test your skills as a specific leader in a unique scenario. The first time you successfully complete each challenge, you'll earn yourself a new in-game Hall of Fame Badge.

To play the current challenge between April 9 and May 14, go to the main menu in-game and click on "Three Stars Each - Challenge of the Month." Note that if you don't own any of the DLC featured in the challenge, you will be granted free trial access to it for use in the challenge so you don't miss out.

We'll update this page with details on upcoming challenges as they become available.


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The Babylonians were the first to record the cadence of the stars and planets in the sky. As Hammurabi, can you lead your people into space and secure a Science victory before May 14?

Technology and Civics trees are shuffled and hidden for this event, so Babylon's ability to unlock technological advancements via Eurekas is key. Adding to the unpredictability of this event, parameters including the map and other civilizations are randomized.

Game Parameters

Difficulty: Prince / Emperor

Victory: Science Only

Speed: Quick

Player Leader: Hammurabi

Map Type: Pangea

Map Size: Standard

Rule Set: Gathering Storm

Start Era: Ancient

Resources: Standard

World Age: Standard

Start Position: Standard

Temperature: Standard

Rainfall: Standard

Sea Level: Standard


Babylon Overview

For tips on how to complete the Three Stars Each challenge, check out this short video detailing the unique abilities and units of the Babylon civilization and its leader, Hammurabi.

How to Generate Science

Looking for advice on how to generate enough Science to achieve victory in this month's challenge? The development team has you covered.