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Transport Fever 2 (PC) Announced!

by on April 24, 2019

Transport Fever 2 (PC) Announced!

Here’s some hot news, Transport Fever 2 has been announced for PC. This looks like a ton of fun as you get to manage trans, trams, airplanes, ships, buses, and trucks to build your epic empire! To top it off they look to be adding 150 years of real-world transportation technology so you get a little history while you’re at it! Check out the goodies below!

Good Shepherd Entertainment and independent developer Urban Games have announced Transport Fever 2, the new follow-up to the hit tycoon simulation and management games Transport Fever and Train Fever. Featuring three brand-new story mode campaigns and a vastly improved gameplay experience, feature set, user interface, modding capabilities, and new dynamic environments, Transport Fever 2 is expected to launch later this year on Windows PC, Mac and Linux via Steam.

Transport Fever 2 gives you more than 150 years of real-world transportation technology and history to design and master your own transportation empire. As a transport tycoon, you’ll build critical infrastructures like railroads and stations, purchase vehicles, and manage a network of land, sea and air routes to optimize your company’s profits. Create and customize to your heart’s desire in free game mode’s giant sandbox maps, or challenge yourself with three distinct historical campaigns featuring unique missions, stories and goals.

Invent your own strategy for success with a fleet of realistically modeled trains, trams, aircraft, ships, buses and trucks from around the world, as well as modular, upgradeable stations, ports, and harbors. Your booming empire comes to life in beautiful detail with easy-to-use railroad track construction tools, plus dynamically evolving economy, environment, town and traffic simulation systems. You can even create and share your own worlds, missions, vehicles, stations, buildings and more with Transport Fever 2’s in-game map editor and extensive modding tools and support via Steam Workshop.

For more information, visit, and follow @GoodShepherdEnt and @TransportFever on Twitter.

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