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  • Asphalt roads/ New cart idea for restaurants/malls

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    Sad0x_
    Original poster ubisoft:x-posts, 2

    Hello everyone,
    as i already mentioned in the Anno Union I would like to see some new road type in the streets of Anno 1800. - The Asphalt Road.
    Especially with the new and upcoming DLC "The High Life", it would feel just right and definitly contemporary for the time Anno 1800 is going to exopand to, so its definitly compatible with the timeline of the game and in my opinion just a logical step into the next "era".
    It would also give the chance for the player to redesign their cities and it would make me feel like the seting and all comes better together.
    I personally dont like the aestethics of a stone road next to a skyscraper, because those stone roads maybe fit well with the looks of an artisan building, but as time developes those look very stale.

    Also, when im right informed, the goods for the restaurants and the mall are still driven by carts pulled by horses/donkeys which is in my view a bit odd.
    You have the 1950s and youre still using those carts?
    Please use therefore the cars which are already being used by the industrial buildings when there connected to the power grid. That would also that the cars can go further with an increased speed and could potentially fix the problem where you have to build warehouses in your city centres, which arent looking great.

    I would like to see some ideas how you could develop the ideas ive talked on in a discoussion here. (Hope its the right place)
    Would be much appreciated, if you consider these ideas for a future update (or still this). Thanks! Sad0x_ 😉

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  • pitair1
    ubisoft:x-posts, 25

    @sad0x_
    Hi,

    Asphalt roads sound nice. We do have oil, so why not asphalt?
    If there is elecricity sometimes you have cars on the road, they are fast.

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