The late 19th Century was an exciting time in the American railway industry. New machines were being created, new routes were being laid and the whole industry was changing. Oh, and that fast train to Mexico was becoming a reality. And that is where we are today with the latest DLC pack for Railway Empire.

Thrusting us into a brand new Railway Empire scenario, the Mexico pack sees the scene set between 1873-1893 with a new expansion that includes a brand new scenario, and the Mexico map becoming available in both the Free Game and Sandbox modes, allowing you to spread your railway wings like never before.

You’l also find new good to transport, and no less than 24 new cities to rock up and connect. With a ton of commuters and workers looking to you to provide their railway needs, we also find the Mexico DLC deliver a couple of exciting new engines – the Fairlie and Stirling.

With a £6.39 price tag attached to the Railway Empire – Mexico DLC, and the promise of a night mode included for good measure, if you’re a fan of the railways or just want something to enhance your line building empires, then this should most definitely be considered. Get over to a digital store near you now – for Xbox One owners that will be the Microsoft Store.

You will obviously need a copy of the base Railway Empire game prior to getting your download in. If you want a bit more info on how that all works, our review will happily sort you out.

Viva la Mexico!

DLC Description:

Discover the diversity of Mexico – take on new and challenging missions in the arid northern regions all the way to the dense jungles in the south of the country. Boost Mexico’s economy in the new scenario by building a thriving infrastructure and exporting to the USA. • New scenario: “Viva Mexico!” (1873-1893) • Map expansion: Mexico (available in Free Game and Sandbox modes) • New goods (e.g. coffee and sugar) and more than 24 new cities • New engines: Fairlie (0-6-6-0) and Stirling (4-2-2) • Explore the world of Railway Empire in a new exclusive night mode

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