Dig Into This Construction Simulator 3 Console Edition Announcement

Astragon has just announced that their building series is coming back to consoles with Construction Simulator 3 Console Edition

After the second Construction Simulator game hit a swathe of formats, the next edition of this franchise has just been announced for Playstation 4, Nintendo Switch, and Xbox One. The newest brick in the block once again brings the basics of the successful gaming series to the front room with some extensions.

Pick A Cab

Players getting tooled up to take on Construction Simulator 3 on the console will find the same variety of vehicles in the yard as they’ve come to expect. Over 50 licensed vehicles are available to steer across the construction site. Brands such as Caterpillar, Liebherr, CASE, Bobcat, Palfinger, STILL, MAN, ATLAS, Bell, BOMAG, WIRTGEN GmbH, JOSEPH VÖGELE AG, HAMM AG, and MEILLER Kipper will let builders bring some scale to their enterprise and carry out a range of objectives. Over 70 missions are on offer to challenge the skill and craft of players while they erect anything from a bavarian style family home to larger infrastructure projects.

While bridges and skyscrapers feature in previous versions of the Construction Simulator series, this version also adds a feature that fans have already asked for. Active and fully functional mirrors are fitted to vehicles in Construction Simulator 3 because it’s always worth being able to check and signal as you leave the yard and enter the explorable game world, Of course, the upgrade in platform power will also allow for improved graphics and

We already reviewed Construction Simulator 2 on Nintendo Switch and it managed to keep us entertained. If you look forward to bulldozing your way to victory then Construction Simulator 3 Console Edition is coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch and will cost 14.99 EUR / 14.99 USD (RSP) as a digital download on the PlayStation Store and the Microsoft Store. The Nintendo edition will arrive at 19.99 EUR / 19.99 USD (RSP) on the Nintendo eShop soon.

 

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