Planet Coaster Early-Bird Alpha starts today!
We are delighted to announce that we today launched the Planet Coaster Early-Bird Alpha for PC.
Planet Coaster is the next great leap for coaster park simulation, building on a decade of experience from the studio behind the genre’s benchmark.
Planet Coaster’s Early-Bird Alpha places the game’s first creative tools in the hands of the community. Players can build rides, lay paths, place scenery and explore the revolutionary modular construction system to create truly unique parks for their guests to explore.
Future phases of the Alpha will add further features on the road to the Planet Coaster’s launch in Q4 2016, when Planet Coaster will deliver the best creation tools, the deepest coaster park simulation, the most expressive and believable crowds, and the most comprehensive sharing and community features, all in the world’s most authentic coaster park game. We hope you’ll join us for the ride.
Planet Coaster’s Early Bird Alpha is available to play now at FrontierStore.net for £49.99 ($74.99, €67.99, 3750 RUB).
Planet Coaster will launch in Q4 2016, and is available for pre-order today at the discounted price of £19.99 ($29.99, €26.99, 1500 RUB).
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