Theme park management simulator Parkitect is getting its first major expansion titled "Taste of Adventure," and it's coming next week. Taste of Adventure will come with new rides, objects for your park, quality of life changes and more. The expansion will feature substantial paid features but also include a free update as well. The Taste of Adventure expansion comes almost exactly one year since Parkitect launched out of Steam Early Access. In that time, small piecemeal updates have come monthly, along with community challenges and highlights. Parkitect's Taste of Adventure expansion is set to launch on November 20th, with no price known at this time. You can view the trailer highlighting many of the new rides below:
The major paid features coming as part of the Taste of Adventure expansion are as follows:
- A new 10-level campaign
- Two new themes: Adventure and Candyland
- Eight new rides:
- River Rapids
- Safari Ride
- Vertical Spinning Coaster
- Swinging Coaster
- Inverting Spinning Coaster
- Inverting Wooden Coaster
- Four new shops
- New objects for your rides and scenery
- Floating 3D text signs
- Animated doors
The free portion of the update, while not nearly as expansive as the list above, still includes better/more modding support for coaster trains, better track deletion, new park customization features and more.
The Taste of Adventure expansion looks to further cement Parkitect as one of the premier theme park management simulators. From designing individual rides to routing guests, staff members, and resources through the park, Parkitect is as much about designing entertaining parks as it is strategically managing them. Backed by an already existing set of 26 different scenarios aimed at testing your creative mettle, Parkitect also features extensive Steam Workshop support. Don't see a decoration item or can't think of the perfect coaster you want? You can always peruse the community offerings, or simply mod it in yourself. The latest expansion looks to further tap the creative juices of park designers everywhere, and we'll see just how it shapes up when Taste of Adventure launches for Parkitect on November 20th.
What new rides do you plan on adding to your parks first? What content would you like to see in future updates for Parkitect? Let us know in the comments below!