Tropico 3 expansion announced
Caribbean Island Paradise Continues with Absolute Power Confirmed For May In Europe
Kalypso Media, a global publisher of award-winning PC and console games, today announced that Tropico 3: Absolute Power, the first official expansion pack to the critically acclaimed Tropico 3, will be available across Europe in May 2010 for PC. Players will return to the island paradise of Tropico to experience unprecedented power as the benevolent (or malevolent) ruler ‘El Presidente’ while enjoying a whole new series of adventures.
Absolute Power gives players all-new options to rule as an unscrupulous tyrant or benevolent elder statesmen as they decide how to run their very own tropical island paradise. A successful and lucrative term in office is the goal! Absolute Power is packed with new missions, new islands and a whole host of new gameplay features.
• New campaign featuring 10 missions on a separate map with 10 islands also available in sandbox mode
• 6 new buildings (including Garbage Dump, Marina, Small Garage, Children's Playground etc) and a new buildings category for current and new decorations with individual icons mode
• 10 new Megalomania edicts - demonstrate your absolute power by ordering the construction of a huge golden statue of Tropico's top export, declaring an annual festival dedicated to yourself or even print your own money!
• 6 Landmarks – Build huge decorations and buildings which dominate the island landscape and make each island unique.
• New faction - The new Loyalist faction are your die hard supporters and want no elections (since you’re obviously the best candidate) and want a statue of you on every corner!
• Faction Disasters - Low standing with any island faction will trigger new disasters if not addressed
• 4 Additional Avatar Costumes – 2 for male and 2 for female avatars
• And more!
Tropico 3 Absolute Power is currently in development by Haemimont Games and will be available in May 2010. Absolute Power requires the full version of Tropico 3 to play.
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