Thank-you patch announced

Almost two years after release, Transport Fever is still very popular on Steam and similar platforms. It’s time to express a big thank you.

We thought the best way to say thanks is by developing another game patch. We received a huge amount of player feedback over the past two years, and with the upcoming patch we try to realize various small improvements and bug fixes. Also, we follow up on our promise to allow multiple unit trains to drive forwards and backwards (without flipping at stations).

The patch is scheduled to be released before the end of this year. We wanted to take the opportunity to also let you know that we are working on great new stuff to be unveiled in 2019.

As always, don’t hesitate to share your thoughts with us, and all the best from Urban Games!


Performance patch released

We are super happy to release the long-awaited performance patch today. The patch brings a major performance boost along with additional improvements and bug fixes.

The patch improves the rendering, simulation and user interface performance. Also, stuttering due to monthly calculations or camera movement has been addressed. In short, the patch brings significantly higher frame rates and smoother game-play.

There is an additional list of improvements and bug fixes. Please find the complete release notes >here<.

The whole Urban Games team hopes that the patch fulfills the high expectations and says thanks for your continued interest in Transport Fever!


More info on the upcoming performance patch

We have been working very hard, and finally there is good news. Our developers have realized some fundamental changes to the game engine, and the performance patch will be ready for takeoff soon.

The patch improves both simulation and rendering performance, leading to higher frame rates and a more fluent game on all systems. In addition, stuttering due to monthly calculations or camera movement has been addressed.

Because of the heavy changes, beta testing before official release is of utmost importance. Beta testing is scheduled to start on Wednesday, April 18. Details about how to switch to the beta branch can be found >in the Wiki<.

Transport Fever is still very popular on Steam and other platforms, and the whole Urban Games team looks forward to releasing this major patch soon!