Tropico 5 Summary
The latest expansion toTropico 5 is now out among the masses. El Presidente is empowered by his own covert agents in the field.
New police and military buildings are available with Espionage, as well as new spy mechanics. We'll have to keep the good people of Tropico safe from meddlesome Global Powers.
El Presidente must defend his tropical island paradise from "foreign agents at all costs" in the latest Tropico 5 expansion. Next week the Espionage add-on will be released and with it a new campaign spanning six missions.
There are also nine new spy and military buildings, four new island maps, new music, new avatar costumes and accessories, new sandbox tasks and events, and the new spy mechanics.
El Presidente wants to do PR damage control and the new Gone Green DLC helps him not only clean up his image, but literally clean up the island of Tropico itself. This new Tropico 5 DLC is out today.
It introduces the "clean, renewable source" of wind power with the new Wind Farm. That should help offset all that crude oil we're pumping out to the Superpowers. A new island and scenario are included.
El Presidente has had a prophetic dream of aliens looking to build an "intergalactic motorway" right across Tropico, and so the new Tropico 5 Surf's Up DLC out today enlists the help of mankind's aquatic chums; the dolphins.
A new sandbox map, avatar accessory, music tracks and The Dolphinarium await in the new add-on. It releases today for PC, Mac and SteamOS for the price of £2.49 / €2.99 / $3.99.
The 'declaration of war on the ocean' is well underway in Tropico 5: Waterborne, which features all-new water-based industry, homes and even new foreign power deterrents like a submarine.
A new gameplay trailer has been released byshowcasing some of the new floating real-estate El Presidente will be commissioning for his fellow Tropicans.