"El Presidente" will have to wait a bit longer before he can take over his next island. Kalypso Media has delayed the release of its popular 'dictatorship simulator', Tropico 6, until 29 March.
Simon Hellwig, managing director of Kalypso Media, took the decision after receiving feedback from fans testing the game's beta version and playing Tropico 6 himself for many hours.
"We think we can make the game better by adding some more icing on the Tropican cake," he claimed.
More specifically, he said that features like pathfinding, challenging multiplayers and a comprehensive simulation of characters and the economy will need more balancing, testing and enhancement.
The producers will spend the next two months enhancing these features and including more requests from players.
The owner apologised to fans of the popular game for the delay, but tried to make up for it by promising the first DLC pack for free to everyone who had pre-ordered the game - and who might have been expecting to play it by now.
The game is the sixth instalment of a series of strategy games that sees the player take the role of "El Presidente", the dictator of a fictional island, and create his own autocratic regime.
The upcoming game will be the first instalment that enables players to build across a number of islands - they are not just confined to one island - and connect them via bridges.
The game will also bring back a number of features present in older iterations of the game that Tropico 5 had skipped, such as the much missed immigration office.
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