What you need to know
- Rollercoaster Tycoon 3: Complete Edition will release on PC and Nintendo Switch on Sept. 24.
- Both the Soaked! and Wild! expansion packs are included.
- The PC version will be available through both Steam and the Epic Games Store.
Control freaks and sadists can look forward to Sept. 24 when Rollercoaster Tycoon 3: Complete Edition will release on both the Nintendo Switch and PC.
Published by the game's original developer Frontier, the team behind Planet Coaster and Planet Zoo, Roller Coaster: Tycoon 3: Complete Edition lets players build and manage an amusement parks. You'll control the park's finances, staff, and services, trying to succeed in dozens of scenarios by pleasing customers.
The Complete Edition also includes the Soaked! and Wild! expansions, which lets you add waterpark and zoo attractions alongside your thrill rides. You'll choose from 300 rides, 500 pieces of scenery, 60 shops and services, and 20 animals. If you just want to build a cool park without worrying about your budget, you can also play in Sandbox Mode.
The update of the 2004 game will have enhanced visuals, with the PC playable in widescreen at 1080p resolution for the first time. The Switch version also has a new control scheme designed for the console. Preorders will open soon for Steam, the Epic Games Store, and Nintendo Switch.
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