Construction Simulator 2 US Builds Up To Nintendo Switch Release

Get in gear, start your engines and take Construction Simulator 2 on the go as Astragon Entertainment confirm that Construction Simulator is coming to Nintendo Switch on 6 November.

For fans of construction games and immersive simulation titles, this news means that players can finally take the latest incarnation out on site for the first time. Pre-orders are already ongoing and gaffers will be happy to learn that there is plenty to do in this title. Developed by Weltenbauer. SE, Construction Simulator 2 US Console Edition allows players to get behind the wheel of the entire fleet of originally licensed construction vehicles. Caterpillar, Liebherr, Palfinger, Bell Equipment, STILL, ATLAS, Mack Trucks, MEILLER Kipper and Kenworth all make tracks into game and you will be able to operate CAT’s D8T crawler tractor, Palfinger’s PK 27002 SH loading crane, Liebherr’s 81K tower crane, ATLAS’ L310 wheel loader and Bell Equipment’s B45E dump truck.

That isn’t all either. Construction Simulator offers over 60 missions spread across the Westside Plains. If that isn’t to prove your building credentials the there is still road side construction if you want to make it somewhere new.

Originally a mobile title, Construction Simulator 2 US made the jump from a pocket based player base into something of a larger scale in September 2018 when the Pocket edition hit PC. The Console port has already seen improved graphics, rumble support, and better controls on the PlayStation and Xbox One. Now, it is coming to Nintendo Switch. Construction Simulator 2 US is bringing this Console Edition of the popular builder to Nintendo Switch for around 19,99 EUR / 19.99 USD / 17.99 GBP. The game is already available on the Nintendo eShop with a 10% discount. You can check out more about this mechanized challenge on the official website now.

 

 

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