Weedcraft Inc gameplay trailer has been released alongside a release window for this strangely addictive tycoon title according to a press release from the publisher. Weedcraft Inc is an upcoming game from Vile Monarch and Devolver Digital. In fact, Weedcraft Inc has been specifically commissioned by Devolver as we found out in our hands-on preview last year. It certainly proved to be an intriguing experience and now you can see a bit of gameplay for yourself in a brand-new trailer.

Have a gander at the Weedcraft Inc gameplay trailer to get an idea of what the game is all about:

In short, Weedcraft Inc is all about building a cannabis-selling business from the ground up. You’ll start at the very, very bottom of the food chain by illegally growing your crops in a worn-down building and selling it on the streets to dealers. As time progresses and the laws change, you’ll eventually be able to move on to some more legitimate means of business. Whether you’re selling on the streets or in a storefront, you’ll have plenty of competition to deal with as you try to make and sell the dankest bud out there.

Mainly, players will be tasked with managing several different factors. You’ll need to develop a good product, and that will require acquiring the seeds and finding the best growing conditions either through experimentation or an in-game research mechanic. Selling it will be a matter of going out on the street yourself or hiring some employees to do the job for you. Beyond that, you’ll have to compete against other entrepreneurs while trying to stay compliant with the law. (And in some of the earliest scenarios, you won’t be trying to follow the law insomuch as you’ll be trying to avoid being caught.)

Aside from this new Weedcraft Inc gameplay trailer, we’ve also gotten news of the game’s release window. Weedcraft Inc will be making its way to PC sometime in April 2019. For now, you can add it to your wishlist on Steam.

What do you think of the Weedcraft Inc gameplay trailer? Does the gameplay appeal to you or would you have preferred something different? Let us know in the comments below!


Robert N. Adams

Senior Writer

I've had a controller in my hand since I was 4 and I haven't stopped gaming since. CCGs, Tabletop Games, Pen & Paper RPGs - I've tried a whole bunch of stuff over the years and I'm always looking to try more!


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