Most of us might not be able to head to theme parks at the moment, so Frontier Developments has graced us with some awesome news: The developer has announced that it will release RollerCoaster Tycoon 3: Complete Edition for PC and Nintendo Switch on September 24. The game will come with all expansion pack DLC, for a total of over 300 coasters and rides, with an upgrade to 1080P graphics.
Frontier Developments plc (AIM: FDEV) today announced the return of a timeless icon published under its new Frontier Foundry games label: RollerCoaster Tycoon 3: Complete Edition. Packed full with enhanced visuals, optimised controls, and both Soaked! and Wild! expansion packs, this latest incarnation of the genre-defining classic will launch on September 24 on Nintendo Switch and PC through Steam and the Epic Store.
While returning players can relive the full RollerCoaster Tycoon 3 experience, new players diving in for the first time will feel the thrill of building and managing the amusement park of their dreams. With RollerCoaster Tycoon 3: Complete Edition, you can become a true tycoon and embark on a promising managerial career, controlling park finances, shops services and staff. Succeed in dozens of scenarios, filling your bustling park with more than 300 unique coasters and rides, 500 scenery pieces, 60 shops and services, and 20 animals to rear and raise.
If you prefer to let your imagination run wild and create your ideal park without money woes, RollerCoaster Tycoon 3: Complete Edition has you covered with Sandbox Mode. With all the creative tools at their disposal, including all content from the Soaked! and Wild! expansion packs, players shall relish the added challenge of creating and managing exhilarating waterparks and spectacular animal habitats.
RollerCoaster Tycoon 3: Complete Edition has been reimagined for the Nintendo Switch, including intuitive new controls designed to help you build the ultimate theme park anytime, anywhere. The PC version on the other hand shows RollerCoaster Tycoon 3 in widescreen for the first time, with full 1080p resolution and increased compatibility for new PC hardware.
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