‘Sweet Transit’ Releases the New ‘Forging Forward’ Update

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In Sweet Transit, trains reign supreme as the only mode of transportation. Watch as tranquil hamlets grow into thriving metropolises, farming towns transform into bustling factories, and the era of steam-powered trains evolves into the era of diesel locomotives. Embark on a journey through an interconnected world driven entirely by trains.

Embark on an epic journey to construct a thriving metropolis where trains rule the roads and connect all aspects of society. Begin with a simple depot and watch as it transforms into a sprawling network of villages, cities, and businesses.

Take control of the transit system and make sure every passenger and worker has a seamless journey by designing and building platforms, stations, and intricate train routes complete with signals to interconnect your network.

What else can you do in Sweet Transit? Oh, yes: enjoy the new ”Forging Forward’ update.

‘Forging Forward’ is available NOW via Steam EA

The new update of Sweet Transit, meaning the ‘Forging Forward’, has become available now via Steam EA. There’s even a new trailer available that explains a lot of what’s going on in the new update:

Sweet Transit, the train-led city builder game, has specific system requirements to run smoothly on your computer. To get the best experience, you will need a 64-bit operating system such as Windows 10 64 Bit. A powerful processor like an Intel Core i5-3470, 3.2 GHz or AMD Ryzen 3 1200, 3.1 GHz is recommended to keep the game running at a decent pace. With 8 GB of RAM, you’ll have plenty of memory to handle the game’s complex railway network. The graphics card is also an important factor, and an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660, 2 GB or AMD Radeon HD 7850, 2 GB is recommended to get the best visuals. The game requires DirectX 11 to run, and you’ll need at least 3 GB of storage space to install it. For an optimal experience, it’s recommended to play at a high 1080p resolution at 60 FPS or higher.

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