Train Powered City Buidler Sweet Transit Forges Forward in Latest Early Access Update

Team17 and Ernestas Norvaišas have today announced that Sweet Transit, the train-powered city builder by the ex-Factorio 3D artist and developer, has released its second update: ‘Forging Forward’. With the new update, players can enjoy expanded stations with multiple platforms for even more creative creations; explore a detailed and easy-to-use blueprint library through which they can share their masterworks with others, and take on 20 unique challenges with varying difficulties including track merging, signaling, bridge building and many more, designed to introduce newcomers to the game and test the nous of veteran engineers.

Home to a world where the railway is king and trains are the sole means of transportation and expansion, Sweet Transit sees players use these mighty iron horses to build new settlements, create intricate production lines, and grow humble villages into thriving metropolises while moving through distinct eras such as the introduction of steam power and the invention of the combustion engine.

In addition to new content, Forging Forward also adds a variety of quality-of-life improvements to the game, including a quick build ‘Undo/Redo’ action, allowing players to easily fix their mistakes; steel bridges with corners for extra architectural opportunities; and additional mid-game balancing.

Platforms: Microsoft Windows

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