Moenchengladbach/Germany, October 8, 2019 - Between the 1st and 3rd November 2019 players can be looking forward to some exciting days with loads of exceptional games at the EGX Berlin 2019! For the first time in attendance is the team of astragon, who will delight more than just indie fans with a wide selection of interesting titles.
In hall 7 of the Station Berlin simulation gamers can set sail with the Fishing: Barents Sea – Complete Edition, harvest rich crops with the Farming Simulator 19 - Platinum Edition and raise the most beautiful buildings in the fictional US state of Westside Plains with the Construction Simulator 2 US - Console Edition for Nintendo Switch™. Budding local transport experts will do their very best to reach all the stops of their routes in time when playing Bus Simulator and explore, for the first time on consoles, new districts of the game world Seaside Valley with the official map extension. More into long-distance traffic? Train Sim World brings virtual train conductors with a high level of detail to real-world routes.
Fantasy fans will also in hall 7 experience magical times with Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince and Cris Tales, an indie love letter to JRPGs. Some stout fun awaits players of Asterix & Obelix XXL3: The Crystal Menhir, when the two legendary Gauls will put the fear of Jupiter into the Roman legions occupying their lands. Hobby sleuths can dive deep into an atmospheric film noir story with Blacksad: Under the Skin and experience a narrative adventure with a special twist, that already won over the jury of the Gamescom Award 2019 and took home an award for the Best Action Adventure.
In addition to the games mentioned above, which will be playable for the whole duration of the show, the astragon team cordially invites media representatives and influencers to get some first impressions of two more games that are still in development during press day on November 1, 2019 from 9 am – 4 pm. These will be Transport Fever 2 by Swiss developer Urban Games and Fishing: North Atlantic by the Norwegian team of Misc Games.