Apr 11, 2016

Transport Fever announced as a successor to Train Fever

More than a visionary, you are the heart of the economy, giving life to the cities and shaping their futures as you conduct the flow of commerce through elegantly designed networks of transit and shipping in Transport Fever, coming to PC later this fall.

Whether by land or sea or air, Transport Fever draws upon 150+ years of history with over 120 detailed trains, aircraft, ships, buses, trams, and trucks that age as time passes.

Construct stations, harbors, and airports, linking hubs of trade to meet the needs of evolving cities and shifting populations. Upgrade your 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, as it features arguably the most intuitive and powerful track construction tools ever seen in a game. This allows any player to easily adapt to, or even modify, the randomly generated terrain.  But the fun doesn’t have to end here, as there will be a wealth of content available to players thanks to game’s extensive modding support through Steam Workshop, which allows players to further explore the depth of their imaginations and create brand new empires.

All of this adds up to make Transport Fever the next generation of transport simulation games, and helps it to represent the next step forward in the  genre that the beloved Transport Tycoon series breathed life into so many years ago.

Coming to PC this fall, Transport Fever is the follow-up to the fan-favorite simulation game, Train Fever, and the second collaboration between Urban Games and Gambitious Digital Entertainment. Transport Fever features an upgraded railroad and street construction system, brand new boat and plane transport simulation options, campaign mode and improved UI.

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