Anno 1800’s Tourist Season DLC Released Now, And It Is Awesome!
Anno 1800 is about the might of the Industrial Age – smokestacks, workhouses, potato farms, and factories. Now that we’re in the city-building game’s season third, it’s the ideal time to get away from it all and go see the world. The Tourist Season DLC, the second addition coming as part of the Season 3 Pass, is released now, and it lets you make your own bustling tourist town, complete with hotels, restaurants, and magnificent sights.
Anno 1800 looks gorgeous, Tourist Season is an excellent showcase for this – the golden sunlight beats down on the round terra cotta shingles of country villas, blue skies give way to red blushing sunsets as ladies and gentlemen make their way to the newest trendy restaurant, and city lights brighten tall World’s Fair-style monuments.
You can create all this stuff with the Tourist Season DLC, which is based around building a tourism economy on your island of choice. You’ll want to have the facilities they expect, like hotels and cafes, and you’ll need to give transportation for them to get to and from the important cultural attractions in the area, such as museums and zoos.
The DLC can be bought as a standalone expansion, and it’s covered with the Season 3 Pass, which runs $19.99 / £16.99. However, all Anno 1800 players will see an important free update today, despite whether they buy the new DLC. The patch comes with the ability to regrow trees in deforested areas, an option to slow time down to 50%, character customization options in the game, updated ground plates for ornaments, a new chain for the Research Institute, and the capacity to send other players money if you are playing a multiplayer game.