Paradox Interactive Unveils Cities in Motion 2 SuperCheats News
Paradox Interactive today announce at Gamescom the upcoming release of Cities in Motion 2 for Windows PC and Mac. Building and expanding on the original Cities in Motion transit simulation game, Cities in Motion 2 has a wealth of new features for both first-time digital travelers and regular computer commuters, including the addition of both co-operative and competitive multiplayer modes.
Paradox has confirmed that it intends to release the game in Q2, 2013, so gamers should allow for increased internet congestion during rush hour. Heh.
View the announcement teaser trailer for Cities in Motion 2 here:
Cities in Motion 2 is a transit simulation strategy game, where players are responsible for creating efficient, effective, and affordable public transportation systems for some of the world's most famous cities. By refining and implementing designs for their transit networks, ambitious urban engineers will guide their cities to growth and prosperity while upgrading and maintaining many different vehicle fleets, from buses to ferries to subways.
Game Features Include:
-- Growing, dynamic cities with picturesque day-and-night cycles, which adapt to affordable transit with new housing and commercial development;
-- More vehicles and design options, including roads with dedicated bus lanes and player-managed timetables for transit systems;
-- New multiplayer game modes, allowing players to co-design the city of their dreams – or compete for the renown of their citizens.
To learn more about Cities in Motion 2 check out the community that is shaping up at Paradox Interactive's website or hey, why not head over to Gamescom and check it out, and then comment below telling us what you thought of it? If you can't afford bus fare to Cologne, you can always check out Paradox Interactive's portfolio online at Paradox Plaza, but if we get to vote we say you should go to Gamescom -- and take us with you?
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