Frontier Developments has released the second developer diary video for Planet Coaster: Console Edition (see below) that continues to provide viewers with an insight into how the acclaimed theme park management game is being developed for consoles. It has also been announced that those who purchase the game digitally on Xbox One or PS4 will be able to download the optimised version for free on the next gen’ console. Planet Coaster: Console Edition will be released on Xbox One, Playstation 4 as well as next gen’ consoles at the end of the year.
With Planet Coaster: Console Edition players will have the opportunity to construct their very own theme park from the ground up. Players imaginations can run wild with their designs of roller coasters and more and construct these piece by piece to create something unique to them. The Console Edition will bring all the depth, customisation and freedom that can be found in the PC game.
Fulfil the excitement of park-goers by constructing jaw dropping, white knuckle rides, such as rollercoasters, that challenge the laws of physics as well as the ability of ride-goers and thrill seekers to keep the contents of their stomach in place.
Players will also be able to build gift shops, snack bars, restaurants and drinks stands and watch the money fill up the park’s coffers. If that wasn’t enough for the theme-park tycoons among you, the park will require a team of dedicated and trained staff and players will be able to decide who to hire to ensure the park delivers the ultimate thrill experience for visitors.
Filed Under: Andrew Newton, News, Trailers, Video Games Tagged With: Frontier Developments, Planet Coaster, Planet Coaster: Console Edition
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