Port Royale 4 Business Strategy Announces Release Date, Closed Beta, and Trailer

A returning PC classic that is also preparing to launch on consoles.

Announced during the last Gamescom 2019, Port Royale 4 has announced its release date on PC, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PS4, also announcing that there will be a closed beta that will allow us to enjoy the news of this commercial strategy video game, one of the leading and most veteran brands in the genre.

Developed by Gaming Minds Studios, Port Royale 4 has set its release date on September 25 of this year. The closed beta has not been released, but the content it will show and how we can access it. It will be available only on PC, and for now, among players who pre-purchase the game from the Kalypso Store.

The Port Royale 4 beta includes access to the tutorial, the entire Spanish campaign and the Free Mode, which will include four playable characters. As in the single-player campaign, they report in a press release, Spain will be the only nation playable in Free Mode. This testing period will only be in English and German and will include a survey that will be used to collect impressions from players, and thus improve the game ahead of its release in September.

The new trailer for Port Royale 4 allows us to see some game scenes, including the characteristic trade routes that have made this one of the star franchises among those passionate about strategy and management. As it was advanced a long time ago, Port Royale 4 ruled out multiplayer since very few fans took advantage of that option in the previous instalment of the Port Royale saga.

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