Ever considered Kalypso Media’s commitment to Railway Empire? Well, stop considering because things are moving at full steam with another new update and DLC pack soon incoming.

The seventh free update for Railway Empire provides all the confirmation you will ever need to understand that Kalypso Media are right behind Railway Empire and today they’ve dropped full details regarding the next update, and content pack, that will be hitting the game.

Brand new and coming for free on 14th December 2018 will be the Stock Market 1.7 update for Railway Empire on Xbox One, PS4 and PC, ensuring that the game continues to deliver a compelling and comprehensive gaming experience.

Included in this new update are a number of new elements including new platform customizations, with stations and warehouses receiving upgradeable signal stations that give trains the option of which platform to stop at. This will see trains automatically choosing the platform that is least busy, reducing idle time while other trains are being serviced. Furthermore, the ‘Analyst’ has also been added to the staff, who will cause mayhem on the stock market by placing false reports to manipulate the value of companies.

To run alongside the free update, and following on from the release of the Mexico, The Great Lakes and Crossing The Andes content additions, railway moguls should also make sure their passports are up to date, as further new DLC packs for are fast approaching. The first of these will see Railway Empire heading to Europe, starting with the British Isles, with the ‘Great Britain & Ireland’ DLC pack. Releasing on all the formats come 14th Deceember, it’ll give us a proper taste of what the UK has to offer, pushing our Railway Empires to further levels.

Trips to both France and Germany will follow, but for now you can get a sneak peek at the European tour by hitting up the trailer below.

If you wish to know more about Railway Empire, check out our full review. The links to each DLC review are available up top too.

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