NACON and Urban Games are pleased to release the first gameplay video with commentary for the game Transport Fever 2: Console Edition. The transport simulation game, a benchmark title in the genre on PC, will be released on 9 March 2023 on PlayStation®4, PlayStation®5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S.
Watch the new gameplay video for Transport Fever 2: Console Edition

With commentary by Nihat Isik, a developer at Urban Games, this gameplay video looks at some of the mechanics you will use to develop your empire using a fictional tropical island in the 1970s as an example.

The prosperity of your transport enterprise is closely linked to the growth of surrounding towns. The more the towns expand and become interconnected, the more your business needs to handle a growing number of users and goods, which increases revenues. To achieve this, you can diversify your transport offering by rolling out a variety of services: bus, rail, air, sea, etc. This will make it easier to serve new areas within the same city and connect it to other urban areas. You can also increase the frequency and capacity of your transportation, modernise lines and add improvements to help traffic circulation.

Explore all the ways you can develop your transport company and build a genuine empire when Transport Fever 2: Console Edition releases on consoles on 9 March 2023!

About Transport Fever 2: Console Edition
Transport Fever 2: Console Edition is a tycoon game in which you create a transport company and develop all the infrastructure required for the business to grow. By transporting cargo and passengers, you build a transport empire and contribute to the global economy. And now Urban Games has adapted the game for consoles so even more gamers can enjoy the experience. With improved graphics, a revamped interface and controls adapted to controllers, everyone can enjoy an optimized version of the renowned management game.

Transport Fever 2: Console Edition is the first transport management game on consoles. You get the chance to:

  • Build all the transport connections required for a town to grow, from 1850 to the present day
  • Develop complex transportation links using advanced interactive construction tools
  • Control around 200 vehicles, real and historical: trains, buses, trams, trucks, planes and ships
  • Create your own maps on three different landscape types
  • Become a major player in the town’s economy by improving access and trade: transport passengers as well as deliver raw materials and consumer cargo

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