Splendid metropolis builder Anno 1800 is having a free weekend to have fun third season of DLC • Eurogamer.internet

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Docklands replace out in the present day.

Anno 1800, Ubisoft’s very good Industrial-Revolution-era metropolis builder, is getting a 3rd season of paid DLC beginning in the present day, 23rd February, and to have fun, the sport free to do that weekend.

Anno’s free weekend begins this Thursday, 25th February, and runs till Monday, 1st March, throughout which period gamers can put the wonderful base sport via its paces on PC.

These appropriately smitten will be capable to buy the complete expertise at a reduced value, with the Customary Version costing £24.99 (a 50% saving), and the Gold Version Yr 3 (which incorporates the bottom sport, deluxe pack, and third season cross) diminished by 35% at £43.54. Lastly, the Full Version Yr 3 (which options the bottom sport, deluxe pack, and all three season passes) is 25% off at £68.99.

ANNO 1800 DLC7 DOCKLANDS – LAUNCH TRAILER.

Anno 1800’s third season cross will grant entry to 3 main updates, the primary of which, Docklands, is out in the present day. This introduces the power to construct modular warehouse districts, turning cities into international commerce hubs.

Moreover, new export contracts allow gamers to specialise their financial system and export sure items, whereas a brand new NPC, Captain Tobias Morris, serves because the hyperlink to corporations all over the world, offering help to fledging merchants as they try to develop into market leaders.

Docklands’ launch is accompanied by a free replace for all gamers, including enhancements to the commerce route menu, new open water buildings and quay streets, and a collection of beauty DLC ornaments, rising a metropolis’s attractiveness.

Season Move 3 (which prices £16.99) may also carry a brand new tourism mechanic this spring, as a part of the Vacationer Season replace, and cities of modular skyscrapers in The Excessive Life this summer time.

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