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Anno 2205

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In Anno 2205™, you join humankind‘s next step into the future with the promise to build a better tomorrow. You conquer Earth, establishing rich, bustling cities and grand industrial complexes, but to secure the prosperity of your people, you must travel into space.
A scientific breakthrough in fusion energy promises to revolutionise all aspects of society. The necessary isotope, helium-3, can only be found in harvestable quantities on the Moon. Venture into space and settle on the Moon in the thrilling race for resource and power.
Anno’s masterful economic gameplay is back and taking strategic city-building simulation to new heights, launching into space!
Anno 2205™, the sixth title in the award-winning city-building franchise, expands into space. Colonise continents on Earth, establish bases on the Moon, and mine the Moon’s resources to transform your cities into thriving metropolises.
Thousands of hours of accessible and challenging gameplay let you go beyond the story and ultimately grow monumental cities with thousands of buildings. You control your growing corporation simultaneously on multiple locations on Earth and the Moon. Gameplay brings a revolutionary session mode that lets you play on multiple islands, instantaneously connecting different regions. Anno 2205™ is the biggest in the series, offering unlimited replay value on islands five times bigger than in previous games.
The new game engine offers a true sense of grandeur and brings an unprecedented level of detail and immersion. Your city comes to life with flying cars and more than a million thriving citizens alongside churning factories, grinding mines, and amazing wildlife, all completely animated and driven by your actions.

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Blue Byte
Ubisoft Entertainment
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Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 7 SP1 or Windows 8.1 or Windows 10(64bit versions)
  • Processor: Intel Core i5 750 @ 2.6 GHz or AMD Phenom II X4 @ 3.2 GHz
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: nVidia GeForce GTX460 or AMD Radeon HD5870 (1024MB VRAM with Shader Model 5.0)
  • Storage: 35 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX Compatible Sound Card with latest drivers
  • OS: Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8, Windows 10 (64 bit versions only)
  • Processor: Intel Core i5 2400s @ 2.5 GHz or AMD FX 4100 @ 3.6
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: nVidia GeForce GTX 680 or AMD Radeon HD7970 or better (2048MB VRAM or more, with Shader Model 5.0)
  • Storage: 35 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX Compatible Sound Card with latest drivers
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Anno 2205 reviews and comments

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In Anno2205, it doesn't matter simply In which of the three (always exactly the same areas) you start. They distinguish them slightly from each other, but with all of them there are all the Resources of the Zone and enough Space to build. So It's a purely cosmetic Decision. The other two Zones are visually and playfully very different from each other, but again not. Stud that it is always connected to a (short) Charging screen if you want to optimize or expand something somewhere. So it resists to switch between his Island again and again and the Interaction between them is limited to a Slider. I was always proud when I looked at my complex Network of Ship Routes, the Ships cavorted with new Goods in the Port and yet it somehow worked. Unfortunately, I can't feel the Same way to have the Sliders moved on it night on the right or left. In addition, you can play through Anno2205, very quickly after 15 Hours there is actually nothing left to do. You could buy the other Sectors and solve the Tasks there, but why would I do that? The Stories about this are extremely boring, the Dominion challenges almost non-existent as soon as you have a well-functioning Sector in the Zone and Whether I take Ware A somewhere or Ware B, it doesn't matter either. The Computer Opponents only exist in the Lore, if you really want to call it that. In Fact, it is more play against the Clock Until you are higher in Company level than them (which actually does not get you anything), because all you see of them is this Level and every now and then they want you to be your only, indestructible, nothing can ship over Drive the Card and dodge any Things. The Command ship is more of a sad remnant of the old Ship Mechanics, as already said it can actually collect nothing but Questitems or pull Things around the Area and is also the only really Ship on the map. There are still some, but they are really just Decoration, they don't transport anything, are not controllable and you can even drive through them. The entire Combat System must be considered a Punishment. It is so far outsourced from the Game that it feels like you're regularly being forced to play another worse game. Unfortunately, you have to do it a few times in order to be able to build the (very useful and cool) modules, because you need Resources that only exist there. Unfortunately, the Maps of combat Missions are just as inappropriate, and many do not exist. But even if not, the limited tactical Possibilities would be boring enough even with random Maps. It doesn't matter that there is no significant AI here either. Presumably, the AI was an MOB in an MMO, as Opponents merely react to Shelling or when something comes close to it. The fact that you do not build your Ships, but simply by means of Combat Mission level and with Money have to buy, rounds off the Combat System to one of the worst, and most outsourced Elements of all. Plus, I regularly resent the Steampost from Anno 2205, it seems like the very desperate attempt to get the Disappointed Community excited about the game again. Questions about Favorite buildings or trying to create Hype for a new, hardly different map that is bigger than the Last, which I didn't complete either because it got too boring, seem rather annoying. Now a new DLC is coming up, with the Tundra, which probably means a new Construction Mechanics, which are actually very good and certainly 5 new Controls that I can push left and right. After All, they were able to get me to write a negative Review for them with the Mail.
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