The new sim from dev4play and Fat Dog Games is out on Steam right now, and until March 21 it's 20% off.
Farming Simulator 19 is currently in development for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, with a release date set for late 2018.
Sailing into Early Access on 2018.
New Exploration trailer for the game shows off how players can explore this vast procedurally generated world as they please, while watching out for sea monsters, storms and scurvy pirates.
Pushing through Early Access, the latest strategy offering from the one-man army of Cliff Harris is Production Line - a tycoon-style video game in which you rush an car manufacturing plant.
With Rock, EDM, and Pop/Folk bands and a new radio station. Out August 17
Transport Fever fans have been waiting for this Gameplay Patch, but it's finally been released by Urban Games and it comes with lots of fixes and changes that have been requested by the community. Full Patch Notes have been added below, along with past additions.
Production Line has been on our radar for almost a year now. In that time, it's gone from a general concept to a working Early Access venture for its lone developer Cliff Harris. Besides the art, this is his baby - a management sim focusing on the intricacies of building cars in a gloomy factory. But how do you gain the knowledge to turn a massive industry into a simplistic looking simulation? Books - and a bit of travel.
Whether you've an avid fan of the more recent city building sims like SimCity or Cities: Skylines or more into SimCity 2000 and Populus, you've never really had to employ much strategy. Working as more an exercise in creative freedom, Kalypso Media have decided to bring a little more tactical planning to the genre with Urban Empire.
We reported sometime last month that the open roads of American Truck Simulator were going to hit the gallon big gulps. With Open Beta behind us, the time has arrived to brave the wider lanes of the Great American Highway.