Park Beyond Gameplay Launch Trailer Released

To mark its launch on PC and consoles today, Limbic Entertainment and Bandai Namco have released a launch trailer for their theme park simulator Park Beyond.

In this title, players will fill in the shoes of a “Visioneer” that serves as the creative force behind different amusement parks. This role is all-encompassing, allowing players to be a creator, a manager, and a designer at once.

With this fancy title, players will be able to build coasters with wild loops and hoops, add modules to bring forward some pizazz, utilize terraforming tools to make mountains, and try out a modular building system with grouped, saved, and duplicated functionality..

All those interested can watch the trailer below:

Park Beyond – Gameplay Launch Trailer

The game is available for the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC.

Source: YouTube
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