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Anno 1800 will have a second Season Pass

Anno 1800 will have a second Season Pass

Since its release in April 2019, Anno 1800 has greatly expanded its content. The basic game already offers a lot of options and the Season Pass brought new horizons and new features for players with its three DLCs, Sunken Treasure, Botany, and The Passage respectively.

The Passage, the latest DLC, was released a while ago and you might be wondering if it was the last. Well, the answer is no, since Ubisoft has announced the release of a second Season Pass for Anno 1800. Similar to its predecessor, it will include three new DLCs on different themes whose releases will be spread throughout the year.

The first will be Seat of Power, which will be out on March 24. It 4will bring a new palace and new ministries which will introduce new public policies. The second one, Bright Harvest, will arrive this summer and it will allow you to experiment a different facet of the industrial revolution, with technological advances related to agriculture, such as the tractor, which will help you optimize the performance of your farms. Finally, Land of Lions will take you to the African continent and it will include a new irrigation system specially designed for arid lands. You will also meet  Emperor Ketema.

In parallel to this new Season Pass, a free update will be deployed on March 24, and it will allow you to configure the level of difficulty of the influence system. An in-game ornament will also be given to the players to celebrate a million users playing the game

Finally, to celebrate the announcement of the Anno 1800 Season Pass 2, Ubisoft is hosting a free trial weekend on Uplay and the Epic Games Store. You will be able to enjoy all the content of the basic game for free from tomorrow at 4 p.m. CET until Monday, March 16 at 3 p.m. CET.

If this free trial leaves you wanting for more, you can get Anno 1800 at the best price on our comparator.

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