Developer Whoop Group’s pleasant picket practice set builder Tracks is poised to get much more charming, due to an incoming duo of DLC choices – the primary of which is themed round suburban growth, free, and obtainable now on Steam and Xbox One.
Tracks: The Practice Set Sport, when you’ve but to be acquainted, takes its inspiration from the traditional picket practice units manufactured by the likes of Brio – delivering a genteel, however completely engrossing, sandbox equal that is focussed on the easy pleasures of laying down observe (to some stunning piano accompaniment), then theming it as much as the nines.
When Tracks launched out of early entry final September, it already had a heap of gorgeously designed props to convey these builds to life – together with city homes, quaint village outlets, vehicles, roads, bushes, fences, and animals – in addition to extra specialised components, equivalent to twinkling lights for nighttime units, fireworks, and even bell-ringing music makers.
A smattering of items from Tracks’ free Suburban Pack.
As of as we speak, nonetheless, that choice is even wider on PC and Xbox One, courtesy of Tracks’ free Suburban Pack DLC. As its identify suggests, that is designed so as to add a bit extra selection to your worlds, increasing away from the bottom sport’s idyllic countryside focus to incorporate the form of services you would possibly discover in additional bustling locales.
There are 30 new gadgets in complete, together with new passengers, animals, autos, and buildings. You will now, as an example, be capable of plop down a pub, cinema, cafe, college, and bus cease, in addition to new swing set, slide, ice cream van, and extra.
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Along with the Suburban Pack, Whoop Group has additionally revealed Tracks’ first paid DLC, within the type of the fairly self-explanatory Sci-Fi Pack. This options 30+ space-themed surroundings gadgets that can be utilized to provide your builds some sci-fi aptitude – suppose craters, UFOs, asteroids, aliens, a moon base, and extra – and can price a meagre £2.99/$three.99 USD when it launches in June.