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Grab the Fever

You can pre-oder Train Fever as of today. According to the official website you can get the electronic version or the German retail version (Steam activation required). As a bonus there's also a copy of the game’s soundtrack (featuring 70+ minutes of music by Admiral James T.) and a digital game poster waiting for you. And the price? € 24.99 for some parts of the world, $ 29.99 for others. You'll need to wait until 5th September 2014 to get your trains rolling, Mac and Linux users a week longer. Trailer and much more inside!

Even More Vehicles

Can there ever be too many vehicles? Obviously not - European Vehicles DLC for Cities in Motion 2 is out today. Pack yourself in one of five new vehicles inspired by the efficiency of large European cities and designed to keep your cities in motion. These new vehicles are not only easy on the eye, but they ride like a seamless untroubled dream. Two new buses, the Jubilee GL and Roadmaster 2000, the City 26 tram, and two new metro trains, Galaxie HK and Musketeur 01, are ready to help you move the masses. Add them to your fleet for a little under 5 bucks.

Train Fever Opens Beta

The wait will very soon be over for a couple of lucky individuals who will get to experience Train Fever before everyone else. There are some limitations and preferences, but that's no reason not to enter your name into the pool, who knows, it might be you enjoying some early beta playtesting from July 14th to July 24th. All the info can be found inside, good luck to everyone!

First Look at the New DLC

Paradox lost the news again, this time around some details and first screens showed up on pcgamestore.com. Here is what the overview text says: Based on player wishes, these five all-new vehicles bring a new twist to your game! The Tatra 4m tram and Capitol S metro trains are novelties on tracks, and the three new articulated buses offer a pleasant way for the citizens to get around. Screens and other info inside.

Train Fever Modding Confirmed

Looks like we will be able to add and use custom content with Train Fever. Furthermore, the game is said to use .obj files, which should make transitioning objects from Cities in Motion to Train Fever quite simple. The vehicle animations are set in a config file, something that should cheer modders up. Custom maps are still a mystery, detailed modding support will be announced and documented after the release, for which a date is still unknown.

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