Transport Fever 2 Reviews
Transport Fever 2 offers a pleasingly detailed logistics simulation, although it does move mightily slow at times.
If you're new to the series, Transport Fever 2 is a great place to start. The campaign offers a gentle introduction to transportation logistics, while the late game guides you through managing modern cities. The new demand and production mechanics may annoy some more experienced players, who will also notice that this game isn't as much of a step forwards as Transport Fever 1 was over Train Fever, but fans will definitely find endless hours of replayabilty as they grow and master their transport empire.
The controls and UI work well on consoles, and the visuals are great, making Transport Fever 2: Console Edition well worth checking out.
There's much joy to be had building freight networks and watching cities grow … but what about the real-world pitfalls?
Transport Fever 2 is the type of enthusiast sim that will keep its target audience rapt for hours. For everyone else, though, it's harder to recommend, as even with its single-player campaign serving as an extended tutorial, it can be difficult to parse. Despite an inconsistent frame rate and some questionable dialogue, it's an undeniably satisfying experience for the strategic-minded, and one of the most in-depth titles of its kind available on PlayStation platforms.
Transport Fever 2 is a toothless but still ultimately enjoyable simulation of all things infrastructure. As you set up resource lines, passenger routes and more, you'll see the world develop and grow around your inputs and influence which is enjoyable and even an addictive thing. Simple and easy to get into, the core problem is that it takes simple a little too literally, with the game offering no real challenge throughout any game mode. Still, if you enjoy this sort of game, you could do a lot worse than Transport Fever 2.
Transport Fever 2 is a game that will be appreciated in the long term. No doubt it will evolve over several years with a very dense content that will have to be explored. At a time when the player is taken by the hand systematically and where frustration is only little accepted by the players, TF2 asks you to dig, to search and to experiment. A little more information on how to manage railway flows and crossings would probably have benn a good idea. But the satisfaction of seeing that everything is working properly, the optimization of lines and routes are all rewards for your efforts. The fever is going up and it's not because you're sick!
Review in French | Read full review
Transport Fever 2 forgoes fail conditions and instead lets players focus on the beauty and elegance of designing the perfect transportation system.
Good transport simulation with three historic campaigns, a lot of vehicles and some unpleasant failings.
Review in Slovak | Read full review
I can't think of a single thing that truly disappointed me about Transport Fever 2.
Ultimately, Transport Fever 2 is for a particular kind of gamer – the kind who wants to build and run a transport network and watch as it helps cities and towns grow. There’s still a few potholes in the road and some trackwork that needs to be done, but there is a lot of fun to be had here as long as you mind the gap – and if you like transport or simulation games, this is definitely one you want a ticket for.
Transport Fever 2 is a classic economic strategy game. Our goal is to create a prosperous transportation company. Transport Fever 2 has a bright future thanks to the integration with the Steam Workshop. Game has polished old, well-known elements but has better campaign than previous titles from Urban Games. Definitely the genre fans should consider adding Transport Fever 2 to their collection.
Review in Polish | Read full review
Transport Fever 2 is a great management game with a great campaign and a very high level of micro-management. Only its performance problems and certain debatable decisions at quality of life level prevent it from achieving the excellence. But still, game totally recommended for those who enjoy tycoon games, and worthy heir of the Transport Tycoon saga.
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