New Game Mode Revealed for Tracks: The Train Set Game
It was revealed by Excalibur Games, a brand new game mode for their upcoming ultra-nostalgic game Tracks: The Train Set Game. The game is preparing for its Early Access release on September 28th.
Check out the gameplay demo video of Tracks: The Train Set Game, featuring some gameplay footage:
“Tracks will feature a free play mode where players have all the time in the world to experiment and perfect their wooden train set creations.
From picking up passengers to dropping them off, the new gameplay demo video also introduces players to an all new environment/stage – the living room. The domestic environment also includes some new items which players can place down when creating their train tracks, such as the grand clocktower.
About Tracks – The Train Set Game
Jump aboard the nostalgia-train! Tracks is the ultimate wooden train game. Construct train sets without rules, deliver cargo, and transport commuting passengers. Build an elaborate railway system and then ride it in first person, from the train cab.
Players can create their own elaborate sets in free-play mode, or they can take on objectives, such as efficiently but safely delivering heavy cargo. The train’s weight is simulated, meaning that the gameplay dynamic is altered for different objectives.
About Whoop Group
New development team Whoop Group has teamed up with Excalibur Games in order to publish Tracks, which sets out to revitalise players’ childhood memories.
Excalibur Games is the publishing arm of parent company Contact Sales Ltd, which was founded in 1997.
Excalibur Games has moved forward to release its own original products, in addition to widely recognised licensed titles.
European Ship Simulator, World Ship Simulator, Better Late Than DEAD and Counter Terrorism Unit have all been published digitally on Steam, and physically for retailers.
Excalibur has worldwide Microsoft Xbox One, Sony Playstation 4 and Nintendo Switch publisher status. The publishing house has recently announced Shoppe Keep and Circuit Breakers for Xbox One and PS4, and have already released Laser Disco Defenders for Sony’s flagship console.
Excalibur will also continue to license high-end simulation franchises such as Euro Truck Simulator and American Truck Simulator, from highly acclaimed developer SCS Software.”
For more information on Tracks: The Train Set Game, visit its Steam page.
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