Kasedo Games Announces “Rise Of Industry: 2130”

Kasedo Games and Dapper Penguin Studios have released details for a new 2.0 update to Rise Of Industry taking you into the future with 2130. The update essentially has you rebuilding a new society in the future from the ruins and waste of the past left behind. It’s not dealing with any kind of catastrophe or fallout of whatever, just molding the future using the past as resource. You can read more below along with the trailer for the latest expansion. All of the content will be released sometime in Q4 2019.

Kasedo Games Announces "Rise Of Industry: 2130"
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In Rise of Industry: 2130, your idyllic world of profit and loss lay in ruins. Mankind’s endless capitalism and destruction of decades gone by has given birth to a dark and desolate new world. Now you must construct all-new technologically advanced production lines and rebuild your industrial empire in a bleak dystopian future.

Scavenge materials from ruins of former cities, place over 30 new buildings like the offshore algae farms or thorium mines, and move them to market with new maglev trains and cargo dropships.

2.0 Update

The 2130 expansion is released in conjunction with the totally free Update 2.0 for the Rise of Industry base game and expansion. The new update is full of new features, such as Layouts, which allows you to build your ideal production setups and share with the community or replicate them as many times as you like. The introduction of seasons, a new objective-based ‘helper’ system, ‘The Assistant’ and a host of improvements and fixes completes the free 2.0 update.

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