Today, developer Deck13 Hamburg and publisher Astragon are very happy to announce two more single-player modes for strategy simulation TransOcean2: Rivals, which will present lots of interesting challenges for ambitious ship owners. Both the competitive multiplayer mode as well as the gripping single-player campaign promise future players many hours of entertaining gameplay.
In the Competition mode of the single-player option the game’s AI will adopt the part of the multiplayer mode’s human competitors. Every round will offer exciting victory conditions, that will keep combining into constantly new fields of activity and whose completion will be awarded with valuable victory points. Cleverness and tactical skills are of essence when it will come to the question of which tasks should be tackled first and how to best outmaneuver the competition. Besides a keen sense for timing and economic interrelationships, clever tricks such as acts of sabotage should be part of the player’s repertoire. The length of the game session and the number of enemy AI players (1 to 7) will be freely selectable. The Competition mode will therefore be not only great fun for single players but will also be ideally suited for those who would like to train different tactics for their next multiplayer challenge.
The Continuous play mode of the single-player part on the other hand will operate completely without any kind of constraints: Here ship owners will be able to manage their business to their heart’s content and work on growing it into their very own ocean carrier empire without any time limits or quests.
TransOcean 2: Rivals is planned to release for PC in Spring 2016.