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Anno 2070 is going green

9:30 PM on 02.14.2012

Fraser Brown

Former Contributor

Anno 2070 took the popular strategy franchise in a surprising new direction and succeeded in offering fans something fresh but familiar. Now you can continue building your empire with some new DLC. Eden Project comes with a new world event and clean sustainable technology for those inclined to care about the environment.

By harnessing the power of "Former Technology" green leaders will be able to keep their island nice and carbon neutral while everyone else is swimming in oil and choking on fumes. The DLC is already available in North America through Steam or the in-game store. Now if you'll excuse me, I have a world to save!

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