"Construction Simulator 2" Is Coming To The Nintendo Switch

Astragon and Weltenbauer shared some cool news this week as Construction Simulator 2 will be headed to the Nintendo Switch this year. The game itself will basically be a direct port of the main game and all of the DLC additions that have come out so far. This includes all the brand name companies who have allowed their vehicles to be featured. There's no official release date for the Switch version yet, but you can try it out at Gamescom 2019 at the Astragon Entertainment booth in Hall 6.1, B-054 in the Entertainment Area from August 21st-24th, 2019. In the meantime, enjoy the trailer!

"Construction Simulator 2" Is Coming To The Nintendo Switch

The port of the popular mobile game Construction Simulator 2 will provide them with ample opportunity to put their building skills to test on Nintendo's platform. Just as the original Construction Simulator 2 game for smartphones und tablets, Construction Simulator 2 US – Console Edition for Nintendo Switch will offer players access to more than 40 originally licensed and faithfully recreated construction vehicles and machines by world-renowned manufacturers and brands.

No matter if they are using the Nintendo Switch in handheld mode or TV mode, the USAmerican setting of Construction Simulator 2 US – Console Edition for Nintendo Switch will entertain players with 60 challenging construction jobs: from excavation missions, the delivery of construction materials, the steering of gigantic tower cranes, the pouring of concrete up to the asphalting or refurbishment of roads in the fictional US state of Westside Plains.

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