Urban Games and Gambitious Digital Entertainment today announced that Transport Fever would be coming to Windows PC, Mac and Linux systems this November. More information below as well as gameplay video courtesy of their press release.
Engineer the Future in Transport Fever, Rolling Onto Steam Nov. 8
AMSTERDAM – Oct. 13, 2016 – Sustainable city planners Urban Games and bulldozing tycoons Gambitious Digital Entertainment are pleased to cut the ribbon on their new transport simulation game, Transport Fever, coming to Windows PC, Mac and Linux on Nov. 8. In Transport Fever, players are the heart of the economy, giving life to cities and shaping their futures by conducting the flow of commerce through elegantly designed networks of transit and shipping by land, sea and air. The game is available for pre-order now, and players who purchase the game before launch will receive a 10% pre-order discount. Additionally, anyone who owns the original Train Fever on Steam will receive a special 25% loyalty discount from now until launch.
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Watch 15 minutes of glorious Transport Fever gameplay:
Transport Fever is the follow-up to the fan-favorite simulation game Train Fever, as well as the second collaboration between Urban Games and Gambitious Digital Entertainment. It features an upgraded railroad and street construction system, brand-new boat and plane transport simulation options, campaign mode and improved UI, all of which combines to make the game the next step forward for the transport simulation genre.
Transport Fever draws upon over 150 years of transportation history with over 120 detailed trains, aircraft, ships, buses, trams and trucks that age with the passage of time. Construct stations, harbors and airports, linking hubs of trade to meet the needs of evolving cities and shifting populations. Upgrade infrastructure to keep up with the times and connect cargo chains to enable economic growth as you establish your transportation empire.
Let your imagination run wild in Transport Fever‘s endless mode, or put your planning skills to the test in campaign mode with historically inspired missions from Europe and North America. Creating new roads and rails is simple with Transport Fever‘s flexible tools, featuring supremely intuitive and powerful track construction functionality, allowing any player to easily adapt to or transform any terrain challenge. There will also be a wealth of deeply imaginative content available to players thanks to the game’s extensive modding support through Steam Workshop.
About Urban Games
Urban Games is a young, dynamic, highly motivated and talented team location in Schaffhausen, Switzerland. Team members feature deep knowledge of the genre and expertise in game design and computer graphics. Founded in spring 2013, the company developed Train Fever with four employees and shipped the title in September 2014. With more than 140,000 units sold, the debut title was a big success and enabled the company to double its workforce. After two years of development, Transport Fever, the sequel to Train Fever, will be released in November 2016.
About Gambitious Digital Entertainment
Launched in 2012, Gambitious, Inc. is the first global crowd-financing platform exclusively for games. With a mission to create and foster a sustainable ecosystem for independent game creation and publishing, Gambitious utilizes its evolving set of creative crowd financing tools and techniques to get more great game titles funded, produced and successfully released. The company’s publishing label, Gambitious Digital Entertainment, was created in 2014 to offer professional, developer-friendly production, marketing and distribution services in order to ensure a timely return to investors and developers on projects. Gambitious has successfully established partnerships and released its titles on Steam, the PlayStation®Store, Xbox Games Store, GOG.com, Humble and the Mac Store as well as a number of emerging global digital distributors. For more information, visit Gambitious, like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.