RollerCoaster Tycoon World Available for Pre-Order on Steam Now
Atari have revealed that RollerCoaster Tycoon is set to make a comeback. Coming in December, the game will be coming to the PC via Steam and has seen many changes since we last saw it.
RollerCoaster Tycoon World is set to be released December 10, 2015 and will come in standard version $49.99, and Deluxe Edition $59.99. The Deluxe Edition will include two unique building maps, terrain additions, a digital art book, and a classic Panda mascot.
Pre-ordering starts today which will allow fans to enter the beta programs. These will be two exclusive phases which will be run before the official launch date, giving them the ability to offer feedback on the development of the game.
The game is now being developed by Nvizzio Creations and is said to be based on real-life theme park schematics, ride physics and traffic patters. These are based on the Six Flag theme parks. Said to the next-generation of theme park simulation the game will include:
- Powerful Building Tools: All new genre-redefining tools allow for freeform object placement, curved paths, innovative 3D track editor, and fully deformable terrain with water. A robust selection of in-game objects includes pre-made rides, coasters, scenery and shops.
- Expansive Customization Support: Play on multiple maps with various themes. Plus, for the first time in the history of the franchise, RollerCoaster Tycoon World integrates with Steam Workshop to introduce native user-generated content tools.
- Fully Realized Next-Generation Simulation: Detailed Park Management Tools, Multiple Game Modes, Responsive Environments and Guests, Advanced Physics, Innovative Services as well as the ability to ride every coaster in the game makes RCTW one of the most advanced simulation tycoon games ever!
- Native Sharing and Social Features: From social media integration to native Steam Workshop support, you’ll be able to seamlessly share your creations with the world.
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