Update: Roller Coaster Tycoon 3: Complete Edition is coming to Nintendo Switch on September 24, 2020

Finally the rumors have turned out to be true, since Roller Coaster Tycoon 3: Complete Edition is a reality and will come to Nintendo Switch, already Pc the next September 24, 2020. Thus, this version more than complete will contain the content of the two updates that were originally released (Soaked and Wild), so we will have access to a dozen scenarios, more than 300 roller coasters and unique attractions, 500 decorative objects, 60 shops and services and 20 animals that we must raise and care for. Also, that’s not all, as the Nintendo Switch version new intuitive controls that will help gamers, while the PC version has been adapted for widescreen monitors and to reach 1080p. Ready to knock your park visitors off again by building roller coasters that will lead them to ruin? Or do you prefer to play it safe and give them a totally non-fatal experience?

Update source: Press release

The genre of construction and management of amusement parks has been in the world of video games for a few years (if not many), and in recent years we have also received the odd title. However, the best known to all of us who have spent hours and hours building our ideal theme parks is Roller Coaster Tycoon 3, which would now come to Nintendo Switch with a Definitive Edition, as pointed out by one new filtration. Do you think it is true that we will see this game in portable mode to play when we want, where we want and how we want?

Roller Coaster Tycoon 3: Definitive Edition is coming to Nintendo Switch in a while

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Roller Coaster Tycoon 3 came to PC in 2004, so it has rained somewhat since then, and thus featured two expansions, « Soaked » and « Wild, » which added aquatic elements and animal options, respectively. However, this is not the time to talk about PC, but about Nintendo Switch and its eShop, since a new update would have introduced some very peculiar lines of code, indicating that a Definitive Edition of this game, published by Frontier (the company that was in charge of its original development) would already be on the Nintendo servers. While this was the case for other games such as Fortnite and Paladins, we do not know to what extent this will be true, but if it is, more than one player will be pleasantly surprised.

Therefore, we can only wait to see if finally Roller Coaster Tycon 3: Definitive Edition is a reality. And you, would you get a copy of this more than classic amusement park construction and management games that has infinite possibilities and a large number of constructions?

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