Alongside the movie-themed Studios Pack.
Planet Coaster: Console Edition gamers on Xbox and PlayStation can quickly bring a touch of film magic to their parks with the arrival of 2 more DLC growths – Ghostbusters and the Studios Pack – on 29th April.
Planet Coaster: Ghostbusters (which you can get a taste of in the PC trailer listed below) marks a minor departure from the amusement park sim’s typical ride-and-scenery-based DLC format by providing a new story-driven project – in this circumstances, influenced by the cherished 80s supernatural-comedy film, total with visitor looks from Dan Aykroyd and William Atherton.
That’s not to state brand-new trips and landscapes aren’t likewise upcoming. Planet Coaster: Ghostbusters includes the similarity ECTO-1, Slimer, the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man, Ghostbusters HQ, and Spook Central on the landscapes front, and it broadens the base video game’s trip lineup with the Slimer-themed RollerGhoster and The Ghostbusters Experience, an interactive track trip where visitors (and gamers) can bust ghosts to acquire points.
Planet Coaster: Ghostbusters will be accompanied by a 2nd, different paid DLC on 29th April in the type of the Studios Pack. This one intends to bring a little Hollywood flair to gamers’ amusement park developments – with a concentrate on stunt programs and backlot trips – and guarantees “90 brand-new plans, numerous brand-new landscapes products and building pieces”.
Ride-sensible, there’s the Big Screen Tour – a bus-based trip for those assisted backlot trips – in addition to Horror Heights (a drop-tower trip along the lines of Disney’s Tower of Terror), plus Re-Motion, a simulator-style tracked trip with a robotic arm that tilts riders in several instructions; believe Universal’s Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey.
Planet Coaster’s Ghostbusters DLC will cost £12.99/€14.99/$14.99 USD and the Studios Pack is priced at £7.99/€9.99/$9.99 USD. Both will be readily available for purchase on Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, and PS5 come April 29th.