New Tropico 5 screenshots show the island in all its glory

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Kalypso Media and Haemimont Games have released a slew of screenshots for Tropico 5, showing the island in its verdant glory across the playable eras.

If I’m honest, most of these screenshots look a wee bit familiar. I have a sneaking suspicion that they might just be from the recently-released trailer – albeit in higher resolution, and looking much nicer.

Tropico 5 is due out in early summer – championing family dynasties, running the island over 300 years, and a multiplayer mode as its new features – but you can sign up for the beta right now.


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