Ernestas Norvaišas and Team17 Digital to Launch Strategic City Builder ‘Sweet Transit’ on Steam and Epic Games Store on April 22nd

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Monday, 15th April 2024 – Ernestas Norvaišas and Team17 Digital have today announced that strategic city builder Sweet Transit will launch out of Steam Early Access on 22nd April. Also arriving on the Epic Games Store on the same day, Sweet Transit combines system automation, city building, and the potential for players to craft an intricate and crucial rail network for their settlements. The 1.0 update will include new Civic Buildings, Production Chains, newspaper stories, and a new population, along with a collection of quality of life changes, and bug fixes.

Throughout it’s time in Steam Early Access, Sweet Transit has received four major updates, with the game introducing new resource chains, buildings, and trains, along with overhauled logistics and planning systems, customisable difficulty and world generation, ‘scenarios’ challenge mode, Steam Deck support, an updated UI, improved tutorials, and countless quality of life changes. For more information on Sweet Transit, including past and future updates, please check out the Steam store page.

Sweet Transit Key Features

·        Systems-led city builder: Starting with a single warehouse, build a thriving interconnected world of villages and cities as you expand your rail network and evolve your society

·        Customisable rail network: Construct platforms and stations linked by intricate railway routes to help connect settlements and ensure a painless transit for both workers and civilians

·        Evolve your industry: From steam to diesel, and beyond, play through distinct eras of the railway and plan the most economical expansions using the technology at your disposal

·        Be a person of the people: Keep a close eye on your citizens and ensure their needs are met as you expand your routes and scale up your settlements

·        Full modding support: Create custom content via Steam Workshop, including structures, locomotives, in-game rules, progression markers, and graphics

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