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Does Civ VI has support for asynchronous multiplayer? I.E., can a server be set up that allows players to take turns when they want, rather than everyone needing to be logged in at the same time?

  • Does PBEM (play by email) count as asynchronous multiplayer for your purposes? – Joe Oct 24 '16 at 17:41
  • I'd like to be able for multiple people to submit turns at their leisure, passing around an email for more than 2 people sounds tough. – ross.squires Oct 24 '16 at 17:56
  • Once upon a time it was all we had (i.e., Civ 2-3) and it was sufficient :) But understood, thanks for the clarification. – Joe Oct 24 '16 at 19:14
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Right now nothing was said about pitboss mode in civ6.

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    To @camelCase and the other flaggers/downvoters: This is an answer, since pitboss mode is an async game. Please, refrain from downvoting and flagging if you don't undertand the answer, because it's pretty clear the flaggers and downvoters here don't know what pitboss mode is. – Wipqozn Oct 28 '16 at 11:27
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    @Wipqozn As answers go, this one is incredibly poor. You should not be stifling how people vote by leaving such comments. That's nowhere near what a mod's job is. Decline flags, yes. Tell people they don't understand the answer and shouldn't downvote, no. – Frank Oct 28 '16 at 11:41
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    @Frank The answer is exactly what it should be. "Does this feature exist?" "No". What more is there to say? – Wipqozn Oct 28 '16 at 11:46
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    @Frank Folks shouldn't be downvoting or flagging an answer because they don't know what "pitboss mode" means. Full stop. As a moderator, it is my job to point that out. It's an abuse of downvotes. If you downvoted because you think the answer should provide some evidence of a feature not existing then what I said doesn't apply to you. Finally, this is very clearly an answer, because it's an attempt to answer the question. Lack of proof doesn't suddenly make it not an answer. – Wipqozn Oct 28 '16 at 12:08
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    @camelCase It's in the form of an answer. The question is "Is this a thing that exists?", to which the answer is "No". – Wipqozn Oct 28 '16 at 17:09

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