Excalibur Games Release date announced Tracks – Toybox version On the Nintendo Switch. The game is family-friendly and will be released digitally, followed by a physical version in early December. Both versions are available for pre-order now.
Tracks It is a game Train Set constructor simulation. The game aims to take into account players of wooden train sets that they may have owned when they were younger or currently own. Players can build in a sandbox environment by placing track blocks, constructing bridges, and building cities. The game is easy for players of all experience levels.
Players can also enjoy pre-made environments. There are plenty of trails to ride, from the Modern Gym to the Winter Wonderland. Players can choose a pre-made environment and then customize the world with trees and foliage from various biomes of the world, as well as buildings, stations, animals, vehicles, decor, and more. World itself also has customizable options, including changing terrain and fog colors.
The train itself is customizable. Players can choose different color palettes and patterns to highlight in the world or choose from traditional train colors.
Once the game is complete, players can ride the train in first-person view. While in the captain’s seat, players can control speed and direction while enjoying the ride.
Custom worlds will have more visible features. Players can choose from green countryside, desert towns or more atmospheric places. With customizable fog colors, players can create fog-filled industrial sites. For those who want something a little brighter and happier, players can create a vibrant circus to ride. Reinforcements, musical bells, and ramps will add to the fun.
Train tracks don’t have to be a solo adventure. Players can add more complex train journeys with junctions or bring other trains on board. It’s all up to players how they want to craft their train riding adventure. Some screenshots show very complex environments where cities, mountains, forests, and even helicopters fly through the sky.
Those who wish to follow the development of the game can follow the official game account on Twitter and Facebook. The game also has an official Discord server.
Tracks – Toybox version Called on Nintendo The eShop switches digitally on November 24, followed by a physical release on December 4.