The only fever you’ll be glad you caught, now with stacks of new features, fixes, and enhancements
Swiss transit polymaths Urban Games and logistics specialists Gambitious Digital Entertainment today took the wrapper off the biggest ever update for hit tycoon game Transport Fever. Following launch in November 2016, the team have been tweaking, tuning and listening to the sage words of their many ardent fans. The result is this massive free update stuffed with new features, fixes and gameplay improvements to give budding transport magnates an even clearer shot at total domination of road, rail, sea and air.
Among the 17 feverish new features is twin track switching, a new railway mechanic that makes building complicated networks easier. Meanwhile, Italian, Portuguese and Ukrainian players can now rule their empires in their mother tongue. More than 20 other major improvements have been brought to bear on everything from performance and memory optimization to aircraft movement and camera, and a list as long as your arm of fixes makes the gameplay experience more satisfying than ever.
Transport Check out the full list of new features, fixes and improvements here: http://steamcommunity.com/app/446800/discussions/1/224446432325393106/
Transport Fever is the sequel to the hit 2014 game Train Fever, and guides apprentice tycoons on a journey through 150 years of transit history as they build their logistical empires on land, sea, and in the air. The game’s vast assortment of 19th and 20th century buses, boats, trucks, trams, trains and planes let players fulfil their childhood reveries, building stations, airports, harbors, and complex nation-spanning transit networks to fulfil the evolving needs of the dynamically simulated world.
The game includes community-based modding support via Steam Workshop, advanced rail and road construction systems, an intuitive interface and much, much more. So mop your fevered brow and get stuck in to in to some serious transport empire building. The temperature’s rising…
Transport Fever is available now for Windows PC, Mac and Linux via Steam and GOG. The new update is available free to all owners and the game will be discounted by 20% all week to celebrate the update release. For more about the game, visit www.TransportFever.com.