One of the bigger selling points of Tropico 5 is its multiplayer and while I'm sure your imaginations are perfectly capable of visualizing what that might look like, here's a trailer all the same.
There's support for up to four players in co-op (yes!) and competitive modes. Part of me is content to play time-sink games like Tropico on my own. When other people are a part of the experience, the problem of "Where'd my Saturday go, and why haven't I eaten yet?" can't stay a secret.
The game is hitting PC first, on May 23, with Xbox 360 and Mac versions this summer and the PS4 port coming in autumn.
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