Metro-themed management sim Overcrowd: A Commute ‘Em Upwill launch into Full Release on Tuesday 6th October 2020, following a successful 15-month journey through Steam Early Access.
 

View the awesome new teaser trailer on Youtube here:  https://youtu.be/POpUXJLZ7GI
 

In Overcrowd, players design and build metro stations across a series of procedurally generated maps, unlocking tech, hiring staff and directing the commuter hordes to their destination. Set beneath the fictional city of Lubdon Town, pickpockets, gastric flu, vandals and more are all in a day’s work.
 

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The game features a deep, systems-based simulation encompassing refuse, power and heat management, crowd control, an extensive technology tree, an economy and an RPG-like staff levelling system.
 

Since launching into Steam Early Access in June 2019, indie developer couple Alastair and Sarah (SquarePlay Games) have released a trainload of updates for Overcrowd. Players now have to contend with station-wide events from rat plagues to football matches. Dozens of new objects such as escalators, loos and even a classic train station boozer have been added, along with loads of new commuter types. The staff AI system has also been revamped on top of various quality of life improvements, balance tweaks and other updates to the game.
 

Keep your eyes peeled for a full release trailer that will also be distributed with a press release on launch day. Assets and more background information can be found in the press kit here

Want to know more?

Latest teaser video: https://youtu.be/POpUXJLZ7GI
Steam store: http://store.steampowered.com/app/726110/Overcrowd_A_Commute_Em_Up/

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