ByMarlon McDonald, writer at Creators.co
Umm... are you going to drink that Skooma?
Marlon McDonald

#Civilization6, the latest installment in the thrilling strategy franchise, has only been out for a wee while and it's already proving quite the challenge for achievement hunters on #Steam.

Looking at its stats over on Valve's platform, 96 of Civ 6's achievements have already been acquired by at least 0.1% of the player base, including 'If You Build It, They Will Come' which has been aced by 84.1% of gamers. But there are four trinkets on the list that are seemingly as difficult as attempting to build Rome in a day.

Civilization 6's most completed achievements on Steam
Civilization 6's most completed achievements on Steam

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The 4 Most Difficult Achievements To Get In Civilization 6

Gilgamesh displaying how many of these achievements he's acquired
Gilgamesh displaying how many of these achievements he's acquired

So how do you go about earning these mind-boggling belt notches? I guess it's time to lay down the essentials for achieving these four seemingly impossible achievements, and man, all I'm saying is good luck.

100th Anniversary

Crater Lake [American South West]
Crater Lake [American South West]

Apparently a reference to America's National Park Service being founded a century ago, in order to attain this achievement you have to take the helm as America and "make a National Park of Crater Lake and both titles of Yosemite in one game." No pressure, guys. None whatsoever....

Trans-Siberian Railroad

[Lonely Planet]
[Lonely Planet]

To get this one you have to be playing as Russia and "have a city that is 60 miles away from your capital city that is connected via a Trade Route and a road at the beginning of your turn." Erm, okay Civ. That sounds simple enough.

Luftballons

[History Is Now Magazine]
[History Is Now Magazine]

This one made me chuckle and then weep for I'll more than likely never attain it. To nab this achievement you must use a "bomber class unit to detonate a nuclear device." Sounds simple enough, right? No, no. It isn't, because the kicker is that the unit's base and nine Observation Balloons all have to be on the continent of Nena when said bomb goes boom.

Pizza Party

Turtle power!
Turtle power!

This one is awesome and terribly hard in equal abandon. In order to claim your slice of legendary Civilization 6 achievement hunting status, you have to "activate Leonardo da Vinci in New York with Great Works from Michelangelo and Donatello – and a sewer – all in that city." All we're missing is a red eye mask and this would be the finest homage to those "heroes in a half-shell" I've seen for ages!

Outrageous but worthy accomplishments to look back on wistfully in remembrance of the amount of swear words you've spluttered at your monitor in attempt at being the best leader Civ 6 can muster.

Let us know if you've managed to get these achievements in the comments below, but until then... Godspeed, ye intrepid settlers and adventurers.

[Source: Steam]