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Netflix Set to Drop Stranger Things Game Details At E3

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Netflix has announced that it will host a special panel at E3 Coliseum 2019 called, “Bringing Your Favorite Shows to Life: Developing Netflix Originals into Video Games.”

Netflix also confirmed on Twitter that additional information about Stranger Things 3: The Game will be revealed, along with some other game announcements.

According to the official E3 website, E3 Coliseum “brings video game fans closer to their favorite games and creators. Held during all three days of E3, the E3 Coliseum celebrates the world’s most powerful form of entertainment with panels, conversations and other special events and is produced by Geoff Keighley (The Game Awards).”

Other tech companies have announced their foray into the games industry earlier this year, including Google with its own video game platform, Stadia, and Apple with Apple Arcade, a subscription service for its iOS games. If Stranger Things 3: The Game is any indication, Netflix will most likely take the traditional route and license out its properties to other studios to make games on multiple platforms.

Stranger Things 3: The Game will launch on July 4, 2019 for PC, PlayStation 4, Switch, Xbox One, and mobile devices.

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Decide France’s Industrial Future in New Railway Empire DLC

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Kalypso Media has announced new downloadable content for its rail management simulator title Railway Empire.

In the new ‘France’ DLC, players can build their railway in the wake of the exile of Emperor Napoleon III. The Third Republic has taken power following the collapse of the French monarchy, so players have the power to decide the industrial future of France.

Players can decide to help rebuild the country’s infrastructure (alongside the new “Eiffel Tower”), or to increase the strength of the country’s borders to prepare for military conflict.

The DLC is set between 1874–1890 and adds 10 train engines, over 12 tradeable goods, and 31 new cities, as well as new songs and characters. The map can be played in the Free Game and Sandbox modes.

Railway Empire: ‘France’ is now available for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One for US$12.99. The game has also received a new update (Update 1.9).

Check out the trailer for the new DLC below.

OnlySP’s Rhain Radford-Burns discussed the importance of Railway Empire in the wider genre of historical games, noting that “the developer grants an insight into the importance of such seemingly menial tasks.”

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