Kalypso Media announced that Rise of Venice, its trading/political simulation game for Windows PC, has gone gold. Rise of Venice puts players in charge of a burgeoning Renaissance-era trading and political empire and will be released on the 27th of September for PC, Steam and other digital portals.
As a young man striving for success, power and wealth and with the support of your family, you begin to build up a trading empire across Genoa, Tripoli, Rome, Alexandria, and Constantinople in addition to many other significant cities from the Renaissance.
As you progress through the ranks of Venetian society, increasing your power with smart trading moves and calling in the occasional favor, you can begin to assemble your own fleet. With this you will start to build up new production facilities and test yourself in challenging sea battles where you will face off against pirates as well as political enemies.
The key features of Rise of Venice are:
-Experience a compelling story full of intrigue and treason in Venice at the time of the Renaissance -Trade a variety of goods in the most important cities of the time such as Rome, Alexandria, Constantinople and Athens. -With your own family tree you can interact with your family members, send them on missions and watch how the power of your family grows over time. -Meet other important families who are pulling the strings in Venice’s government and influence political decisions yourself. -Build your own production facilities and trading fleets -Take fate into your own hands and test your skills in furious sea battles -Multiplayer mode for up to 4 players via LAN and Internet
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