Final vehicle list

Today we have completed the Transport Fever >vehicle list<. In addition to a bunch of new locomotives, buses, trams and trucks, all cargo train cars have been added.

While the header image shows the European vehicles, the following image lists all American vehicles:


And, for the sake of completeness, here are all aircrafts and ships:


Transport Fever is shipped with 165 individual vehicles. They may look small on these images, but they feature quite a high level of detail, and we are very happy that we were able to realize this vehicle list as planned.

We understand that some of you want to see even more vehicles, also from other countries. For this reason, we made Transport Fever modding-friendly, and thanks to the Steam Workshop integration, sharing and installing additional vehicles requires only few mouse clicks!

At this point we also wanted to take the opportunity to express our gratitude to everyone who has already >pre-ordered Transport Fever<. It is a big motivation for us. And finally, as always, we very much look forward to your feedback and comments.

Gameplay preview and official release date

Both the Gambitious Digital Entertainment and the Urban Games team are incredibly happy to release the first Transport Fever gameplay video.

The 15-minute gameplay preview shows typical scenes from the endless game of the current beta version:

Also, we today officially announce the game’s release date. We are excited that Transport Fever will be available worldwide for Windows, Mac and Linux, on November 8.

We wanted to express our gratitude to all players of the former game Train Fever by offering a 15% loyalty discount. In addition, there is a 10% pre-order discount, and both discounts can be combined: so everyone who owns Train Fever on Steam will be able to purchase Transport Fever at 25% off up until the game’s release. This applies to Steam players at least, details for GOG players will be announced a bit later. Please note that pre-order on Steam is possible now.

As always, we say thanks for your interest and look forward to your feedback and comments.

Vehicle page update #8

One week before we announce the release date and show Transport Fever game-play for the first time, we unveil another ten vehicles.

This time, we added two locomotives, two trucks and six buses. Highlights include:

  • The 4-8-8-4 Big Boy, a real monster of a locomotive which carried the latest in steam technology.
  • The GE P42 DC, a recent diesel locomotive with a single, monocoque carbody design.
  • The Twin Coach 44-S, a typical American Twin Coach bus with a unique design.
  • The Daimler top-seater bus, an early top-seater bus which was in use in Berlin, Germany.
  • The Postbus ET 13, a commonly used motor-driven bus built in Austria.

Please find all additions on the >vehicle page<.

We hope that you like the newest additions and look forward to next Wednesday, October 12, when we announce the release date and present a game-play video.