The various Terrain in Civilization VI. Rough terrain (hills, forest, rivers) require Units have enough movement points to enter. (For example, if a Warrior unit has 1 movement point left, and a Hills tile has a movement cost of 2, the unit will not be able to enter the Hills tile that turn, but must instead wait until the next turn until it has its full 2 movement points.) Thus often ranged units positioned in rough terrain will get an extra turn to shoot, as Units with +2 movement will have to stop in the adjacent tile before attacking.
- "Appeal is mostly driven by the natural surroundings, but Buildings do have an effect on it; they can also have a negative effect on it. People don't like living next to an airport; it's too noisy. They don't like living next to an Industrial Zone where all the manufacturing is going on, and Mines and Quarries are nearby and those kinds of things. So, we have a lot of factors, some of them are based on the terrain - people like living near the Woods, they might not like living near the Rain Forest. We have a whole list of factors that push appeal up or push it down. That determines where the best places outside your city to get the extra housing; You want to put the extra housing in places where there is a nice high appeal." - Ed Beach
List Of Terrain
|Lakes provide fresh water.|
|Hills||+1||Production is in addition to one other base terrain type: Desert, Grasslands, Plains, Snow, or Tundra.|
|Floodplains||+3||Desert tiles next to a River.|
|Ice||Impassable: Cannot be worked, built on, or traversed.|
|Marsh||+1||Can be cleared by a builder (Irrigation tech).|
|Mountain||Impassable: Cannot be worked, built on, or traversed.|
|Natural Wonder||Various special effects. Many are impassable.|
|Only found on Desert tiles not adjacent to another feature, River, or Coast. Provides fresh water.|
|Rainforest||+1||Can be chopped by a Builder (Bronze Working tech).|
|Woods||+1||Can be chopped by a Builder (Mining tech). Can be planted by a builder (Conservation civic).|
- Instead of taking up a single tile, Cities can now expand across multiple Tiles
- Rivers, Cliffs, Woods, Coasts and Natural Wonders will add to the appeal of a tile.
- Districts gain bonuses based on what terrain you place them on or surrounds them (eg. Campuses gain bonuses for adjacent mountains).