The developer of the critically acclaimed dictator sim game, Tropico, announced that its next instalment Tropico 6 will be released worldwide next year.
Kalypso Media made the announcement through El Presidente, beloved leader of Tropico, who said that the latest instalment of the game will be released worldwide for PC in January 2019. The console version of Tropico 6 will be launched in the summer of 2019 for PlayStation and Xbox One users. In June 2017, Kalypso Media issued a teaser that scheduled Tropico 6 launch in 2018.
El Presidente made it clear in his directive that he wants Tropico 6 to be the game's biggest and greatest version for both PC and consoles. El Presidente added that Limbic Studios will take advantage of the extra time from the delay of the release to further develop the most complete and balanced experience ever seen in a Tropico game.
'Tropico 6' To Deliver Even Clearer Picture
According to El Presidente, Tropico 6 has used the Unreal Engine for the first time in the game's history. Through this, the Tropico world will be even more stunning, delivering a clear picture of far-reaching archipelagos or the daily lives of each citizen as they do their usual routine.
As an added bonus to the game's fans, El Presidente has allowed the inclusion of a new gameplay video that will highlight the beautiful archipelagos, breathtaking world wonders, and intricate transport systems that will keep his citizens connected with one another.
Kalypso has also confirmed that there will be a closed Steam beta version coming in the autumn. With this, fans can get access to the game and give their inputs on how to come up with the final version of Tropico 6.
What's New With 'Tropico 6'?
For the first time in this game, players of Tropico 6 can run extensive archipelagos and manage multiple islands at the same time. Players can now keep their islands connected through bridges and tunnels. Also, they can transport citizens and tourists through taxis, buses, and aerial cable cars.
Players can also send their agents on raids to foreign lands to steal world wonders and monuments, including the Statue of Liberty and the Eiffel Tower. Also, players can now create and customize their own palace, where they can give election speeches from the balcony and issue decrees that can win the favor of subjects.
Furthermore, Tropico 6 also includes a revised research system on political aspects of being the world's greatest dictator and added cooperative and competitive multiplayer for up to four players.