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Anno 1800 Released

Anno 1800 is now available for Windows PCs, offering the latest installment in this long-running historical management series. This remains available through the Ubisoft Official Store and the Epic Games Store, and preorders on The Humble Store and Steam are being fulfilled as expected, though due to an exclusive deal with Epic, purchases are no longer possible on those sites as of today. They pat themselves on the back with this accolades trailer, and offer the following outline of the news:
Anno 1800 launches on PC today, giving you a chance to pursue your ambitions of growing a humble trading post into a bustling metropolis. The latest installment of the classic city-building franchise lets you put your skills as a ruler to the test by planning and expanding your settlement; developing lucrative supply chains and trade networks; and settling a new continent.

Regular free updates will expand the game with new features like a co-op mode, community challenges, and a Statistics Building that will offer players more information about their production chains and available output. Season Pass owners will also get to explore three major pieces of post-launch content over the course of 2019. Hunt for treasure with an eccentric inventor and his diving bell in The Sunken Treasure, which adds a new European "Old World" session and a large continental island to the game. Draw tourists to your city by developing a modular botanical garden in Botanica to earn new items and rewards. Build an Arctic outpost in The Passage and deveop new production chains to expand your empire even further.

The Anno community has played a key role in development of Anno 1800 through playtesting and feedback. You can connect with the community by joining the Anno Union, and learn more about the game on the official Anno 1800 website.


11. Re: Anno 1800 Released Apr 16, 2019, 18:16 Osc8r
I gave this one a shot but it felt like it was just a checklist of things i had to do rather than being able to experiment and build a city of my own.

Each play-through felt very samey as well, and the naval combat but no land battles further inhibited replayability.

A weekend was more than enough for me, which is disappointing as there a distinct lack of city building games out there and even fewer that have multiplayer.
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