Train Fever developer, Urban Games, has announced their next project, Transport Fever. Like their previous title, the new game will be a transport simulation, although this time featuring all sorts of means of transport: not only trains, but also aircrafts, ships, buses, trams, and trucks. Players will be able to build complex rail-road-water-air networks starting from 1850 and all the way to the modern day in the course of two single player campaigns spanning across the history of North American and European transportation.
The creators are promising detailed models for more than 120 vehicles with visualized interiors and aging model as well as customizable coloring. As you build and expand your transport network, you will see dynamic simulation of towns and cities developing, as well as randomly generated, modifiable landscapes. What’s more, Transport Fever is expected to grow even further post-launch thanks to Steam Workshop-based modding support.
Transport Fever will be departing exclusively for PC and is scheduled to arrive this fall. For the release of their new title, Urban Games are teaming up with Gambitious Digital Entartainment, the Netherlands-based publisher of small indie games, including the most recent Hard West and Pathologic Classic HD.