That Ubisoft Mainz will also have additional in 2021 Cosmetic DLCs for Anno 1800 wants to offer, we already reported about it. The developers let you vote on your desired extensions: The survey has been running on the Anno website since the beginning of April. “In total we have five possible topics for you, the two of which we will implement after the vote. To be more precise, we plan to release both packs later this year – similar to what we did last year have “write the developers.
For example, you can choose from the “Lively Cities” package, which includes new skins for a number of buildings in Year 1800 (buy now 31,99 € /29,99 € ) contains. In the “New World” package, on the other hand, you beautify your New World settlements with dedicated ornaments and decorations, while the pedestrian zone package improves the life of pedestrians in the city center with overpasses and underpasses, statues and fountains. For the Eldritch DLC, the developers are promising creepy Gothic horror elements for the building game. With the circus package, as the name suggests, the circus comes to your city.
“The exact content and scope depend a little on the theme of the pack, especially since one of the themes is another package with skins (this time for buildings),” said Ubisoft Mainz. The Cosmetic DLCs should be available individually at a price of 4.99 euros – they are not part of Season Pass 3. On the Anno website you only have until April 22nd, at 11:59 p.m., to take part in the vote.
It currently looks like two clear winners: The “Lively Cities” package comes first with 36.4 percent, followed by the pedestrian zone package with 29.2 percent of the votes. In third place is currently the “New World” package with just under 14 percent. 4th place goes to the Eldritch package, 5th place to the circus package. But it is still up to you to influence the results. As soon as the final result has been determined, you will of course find out on our website.
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