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Construction Simulator 3 Adds a New Perspective, More Vehicles and European Setting

April 10, 2019

Building stuff is fun. Hence Lego. Hence Minecraft. And, more to the point, hence the Construction Simulator series.

Construction Simulator 3 has been launched on mobile today, and this time it sees you plying your trade in an idyllic European town called Neustein, which is made up of three distinct areas: a village, a modern town, and an industrial zone, between them totaling 3.2 square kilometers.

The gameplay involves taking on a series of contracts. There are more than 70 of these, and they take you through every conceivable part of the construction business, from landscape gardening to building skyscrapers.

You’ll also repair and resurface roads, build bridges, construct quaint Bavarian homes, and much more, turning your European home into a thriving metropolis, and yourself into a millionaire construction magnate.

Naturally licensed vehicles from the previous games are also included once again, along with new additions. A total of 14 different manufacturers and brands have kicked in over 50 vehicles for you to commandeer while making involuntary engine noises with your mouth.

There’s an impressive vehicle for every situation: a Bobcat E55 compact excavator for shifting earth, a BOMAG BM 2000/75 for road work, and a Liebherr 150 EC-B 8 Litronic tower crane for reach the parts those other plant machines simply can’t reach (i.e., high ones).

Plus, for the first time in the series on mobile, a Liebherr LB28, which, in case you don’t know, is a drilling rig, allowing you to make huge holes for foundations.

And, also for the first time in the series on mobile, you can sit in this and every other vehicle’s cab, experiencing the action in first person for an extra dose of immersive fun. You’ll get to see what it’s like to be in command of some of the biggest, heaviest vehicles on earth.

Construction Simulator 3 is available now on both the App Store and Google Play Store – get to work!