Tropico 6 DLC The Llama of Wall Street released
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Tropico 6 DLC “Llama of the Wall Street” and the great Tropico 6 Update 7 “Seguridad Social” released.
Publisher Kalypso Media and developer Limbic Entertainment surprisingly released the first Tropico 6 DLC “The Llama of Wall Street” in early December. Furthermore, there was also a big update for all Tropico 6 players with numerous bugfixes, the new building “Warehouse” and a new sandbox map called “Rio”. The exact patch notes for the DLC and the free update 6 can be found below.
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► What’s new with the Tropico 6 DLC?
With The Llama of Wall Street DLC Tropico 6 gets some new features:
- A new mission also called “The Llama of Wall Street”.
- new Sandbox Card “Acantilado Humeante”
- new building toy factory
- new building trading institute that allows to intervene in the stock market and manipulate prices of certain goods
- new building studio for intelligent furniture
- new game mechanics that make prices more dynamic (but not only with the trading institute)
- New challenges in the form of random events that affect production, the world market or
- A new regulation
- new cosmetic adaptations for El Presidente and the palace
- New traits in the creation of our own El Presidente
► Reading recommendation:
Tropico 6 Tips and Tricks (Folge 1/3)
► Tropico 6 DLC The Llama of Wall street Release-Trailer
Tropico 6 Update Siete ‘Seguridad Social’ wurde für alle Plattformen veröffentlicht. [PC/Linux/MacOS/XB1/PS4]
A new free update for Tropico 6 is available now! This contains: the new ‘Warehouse’ building, an additional sandbox map called ‘Rio’, the community-requested ‘Social Security’ edict, plus much more.
Further details below:
New Feature Content
- New Building: ‘Warehouse’ (useful for storing goods)
- New sandbox map: ‘Rio’
- Additional faction demands
- Trade routes now have derivation in volume.
- Additional building information, such as service quality, is now visible on the Construction screen.
- Additional details in multiplayer as to why a game has been won or lost added to victory/defeat screen
- Social media ‘Worship El Prez’ contest winners will spawn in-game.
- Option to duplicate buildings with the same settings has been added to the building menu.
- Added Social Security edict. This means that students and retirees will receive money and not go ‘broke’.
- Fire Fighters now require more time to extinguish a fire.
- Added new Fire Station work mode ‘put it out’. This is now the default work mode and should avoid the issue of work mode radiuses getting mixed up with Fire Station operation radiuses.
- Decreased boat profitability
- Boat prices and shipyard balancing has been adjusted to ensure boat production is no longer vastly superior to other productions.
- ‘Ireland’ sandbox map has had river replaced by a muddy river so to allow Tropicans to cross.
- Tropicoland: fixed an issue where teamsters would not deliver bananas to ancient ruins.
- Fixed an issue where construction workers stopped working after a battle.
- Fixed issue where teamsters travelled without transporting anything.
- Fixed issue where nuclear bomb would not prevent superpowers from invading.
- Fixed an issue where ‘Been there, Done that’ achievement did not unlock.
- Fixed an issue where after loading a game, the raid loop appeared broken.
- Improved pathfinding for metros.
- Fixed an issue where waste treatment plants would show a ‘full’ exclamation mark.
- Fixed an issue where garbage dump ‘fill up’ would reset instantly.
- Fixed an issue where bus stop rotation could be reset while changing streets.
- Fixed an issue where a blocked road connection did not reset after removing the offending bus station.
- Fixed an issue where Teleferic Stations could not be built from higher to lower levels.
- Fixed an issue where Teleferic Stations could not connect island without storage or quay.
- It is now possible to hire a minister while in debt.
- Fixed several occurrences where scaffolding did not disappear.
- Fixed Army Base collision box, which prevented neighbouring streets to be placed.
- Fixed an issue where construction cranes remained inside the building after a rebel attack.
- Fixed an issue where the Research Lab electricity consumption upgrade was inactive after loading the game.
- Fixed an issue in mulitplayer where players were not able to place specific mines if they had already surpassed a host’s era.
- Fixed an issue in multiplayer where the Non-Aggression pact would revoke the Transparency pact.
- Fixed an issue where player squads, on their way to a building, would not attack passive enemy units.
- Military attacks will no longer target buildings of low tactical value (e.g. parks).
- Fixed an issue where Broker financial aid was being triggered in the Colonial era.
- Fixed an issue where after self-repair, the Palace would stay in a state of disrepair, even at 100% health.
- The deaths by ‘Bad Healthcare’ number is now shown correctly in the Happiness tab in the Almanac.
- It is no longer possible to place the Space Memorial on uneven terrain.
- Fixed an exploit regarding the duration of active space missions.
- “Market Manipulation” in Cyber Operations Centre now functions correctly.
- International Trade Partnership edict no longer has a stronger effect than described.
- Fixed several crashes.
- Fixed several graphical glitches.
- Fixed localisation issues.
To ensure you can properly access the new buildings from DLC and the ‘Seguridad Social’ update, make sure to start a new game.
► Links und weiterführende Informationen:
► Lese Empfehlung:
Tropico 6 Tipps und Tricks (Folge 1/3)
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