Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Theodore Roosevelt leads the American Civ in Sid Meier's Civilization VI. The famous quote from the 26th President of the United States, “Speak softly, and carry a big stick” reflected his governing style. He championed the popular reforms of the Progressive Era, and a muscular foreign policy backed by a reinvigorated US Navy. In Civilization VI, each Civilization has two abilities. One is based on what the nation has done throughout history, and the other is tailored to what happened during that ruler's reign. The American Civ has the special ability “Founding Fathers,” which shortens the time needed to earn Government Legacy bonuses. The Americans also get the P-51 Mustang unique unit, with extended range and bonuses against other fighter aircraft. As a leader, Teddy Roosevelt can provide the Americans with a combat bonus for fighting on their home continent. He also has the Rough Riders as a unique unit. These mounted troops are effective in hills, gain culture from kills on their home continent, and have a low maintenance cost. Both of America's unique military units come into play after the Industrial era. The Americans are a powerful cultural Civ which shines in the middle and late game. Tourism is key to winning a Cultural Victory, and America has two unique traits that can help it here. The Film Studio is a unique building that boosts the American Tourism output during the modern era. Teddy Roosevelt also gives a Tourism bonus to America's National Parks, which makes them stronger than the parks of other Civs. With these advantages, the other civs will be wearing blue jeans and listening to your pop music as America cruises towards a cultural victory. Are you ready to take up the limelight of the silver screen? How will you lead America to victory in Sid Meier's Civilization VI?