Tropico 6 suffers yet another delay

Tropico 6 suffers yet another delay
Mike Harradence Updated on by

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Kalypso Media has announced that rule-'em-up sequel Tropico 6 has been delayed on PC once more, and will now show up on March 29.

The publisher confirmed that the extra time will allow developer Limbic Entertainment to further polish the upcoming simulator based on feedback from the closed beta period. As mentioned, this isn't the only time Tropico has been delayed; the game was previously pencilled in for a 2018 launch before being postponed to January 25.

Still, it's not all bad news. Kalypso's Simon Hellwig confirmed that anyone who pre-orders Tropico 6 by 6.00pm GMT on January 10 will receive the game's first slice of DLC for free. Cushty!

'Combining my own opinion and the response we had from thousands of dedicated beta players around the world, Kalypso has decided to postpone the release of the game for another couple of months,' said Hellwig.

Tropico 6 will launch on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in the summer.