Players can evaluate some game mechanics and graphics quality
The development team at Colossal Order and publisher Paradox Interactive are giving fans a chance to look at the first trailer for Cities in Motion 2 that uses in-game footage, revealing the quality of the game’s graphics and some of the core game mechanics.The upcoming title “introduces dynamic cities—as transit is built, urban sprawl will expand or depreciate based on the affordability of transit and the needs of each unique city’s inhabitants. From the scheduling of timetables to the adjustment of fares, transportation enthusiasts will be able to tweak a wide variety of options to provide for the demands of their population.”
Cities in Motion 2 is not a city builder in the vein of SimCity because it focuses just on the transport network for cities and the challenges involved in developing and then maintaining them.
The game is expected on the PC later during 2013.