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This is Civilization 4: Beyond the Sword Patch 3.19 for the retail version of the game, this is the final patch for the game.

Note that this patch is not required for Steam.

What's New in Version 3.19   See changelog


  • Re-enabled Foreign Advisor "Glance" screen
  • - Barrage promotions no longer available to units without the ability to already cause collateral damage
  • - Collateral damage modifiers, collateral damage immunity, and air defense modifiers, multiply instead of add
  • - AI uses Warlords to make super-medic units
  • - AI changes civics during Golden Ages
  • - Fixed event triggering on a dead unit
  • - Fixed bug where culture obtained through espionage was 100 times lower than intended
  • - Colonies no longer assume the name of an eliminated player
  • Does not requer the cd to be in the try to play

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