These are the planets players can chose to start with in Sid Meier's Civilization: Beyond Earth
Planets[edit | edit source]
A world with a few large landmasses separated by oceans and some smaller islands.
A world of one ocean and one very large, continuous landmass with the possibility of small, coastal islands.
A world of islands of varying sizes separated by narrow water passages.
The game will randomly pick one of these planets for you to play.
Unique planets that offer greater challenge for experienced players.
|Custom World||Select a planet and biome combination of your choice|
Advanced Worlds[edit | edit source]
|Archipelago||An oceanic world populated by medium and small islands.|
|Equatorial||A rapidly spinning world with a bulging equator and day/night cycle much shorter than Earth's.|
|Glacial ||A temperate world undergoing severe glaciation during an ice age.|
|Inland Sea||A world with only one habitable region, surrounding the planet's only large body of water.|
|Skirmish||Multiplayer land battle, optimized for head to head or two teams. Variety of terrains available.|
|Taigan||A punishingly cold world whose best lands are found along the coastlines and rivers.|
|Tiny Islands||An oceanic world populated only by lots of tiny islands.|
Exoplanets Map Pack DLC Planets[edit | edit source]
|Civilization: Beyond Earth [Edit]|
|Games: Base Beyond Earth • Rising Tide • Starships†|