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Conquer the Caribbean: Port Royale 4 Announced

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Kalypso Media has announced Port Royale 4 (Kalypso Shop | Steam), an all-new entry in its much-loved seafaring trading sim series, financially supported by ‘Film und Medienstiftung NRW’ and developed by Gaming Minds Studios (Railway Empire, Patrician) for release in Q4 2020 on Windows PC, PlayStation®4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch.
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Pyro Studios Remasters Emerge at gamescom 2019

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Closed Beta available now for Immortal Realms: Vampire Wars

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    New DLC idea: AUSTRALIA

    As an Australian, i would obviously love to see a dlc here.
    But my true reasons for this idea comes from our history of railroads. We began later than UK or Amerifan lines, in 1854.
    We also didnt have one group or one unified goal. Each state really raced to lay their tracks and this error is one that impacted Australian railroads for well over 100 years.
    Australia was built with 3 different guages and this made it very difficult to transport goods across the country. In the early 1900s we then began to creat a single rail line unified to all trains, which was completed in 1995.
    But this dlc idea would be to focus on the difficulty of that track, trying to build a railroad connection to aid Australias exports and imports.

    Set the DLC between 1930 and 1945 (yes outside of the era box, but Australia was very much behind)
    This dlc would focus on the difficulty of transport during the days of WWII and trying to build the one unified track, The Australian Intercontinental Railway. And showcase our two most iconic trains the 1943 C38 Express Train (which used the wheel arrangement of the Pacific 4-6-2) and the 1925 NM class 4-8-0. These trains are great icons of Australia and maybe we could even get one of our diesels, the British Rail class 20 diesel locomotive, one of the first mainline locomotives in Australia arrived in the late 1940s.

    Lets see where the DLC goes after Germany and France, fingers Crossed Australia and maybe even Russia could have one too.