Kapital: Sparks of Revolution sandbox economic simulation to get a Linux port with Windows PC. All due to the effort and creative work of developer Lapovich Team. Due to release later this month on Steam, GOG, and Humble Store.
1C Entertainment and Lapovich Team unveil the release date for Kapital: Sparks of Revolution. Which is a sandbox economic simulation game about class struggle. Which is also getting ready to guide a fledgling city through its turbulent period of growth. While balancing the needs of the economic classes with the limited resources at their disposal. When the game lands on April 28, 2022 for Windows PC. But according to the developer’s email, Linux support is coming.
The game runs on Unity. And yes, you can expect to see a Linux port.
Kapital: Sparks of Revolution is listed on Steam without Linux support. But checking SteamDB, support is listed, with only Windows executables. However, plans are in place, since Unity 3D is the engine in use for development.
Kapital: Sparks of Revolution – Official Release Date Trailer
Players take control of a ruined city after a conflict. So in Kapital: Sparks of Revolution you must pull it up from the ashes to flourish again. But this means that you have to make tough decisions. Passing laws, building infrastructure, imposing taxation, and also gathering resources. These are just a few of the concerns a leader has to face. All while facing the impact on the people and their happiness.
Social unrest may arrive as a result of decisions made in the city. In Kapital: Sparks of Revolution it’s up to the player to ensure the happiness of the people. Doing so through entertainment, resource distribution, housing, medicine, and policing if tensions spill into the streets. Seeing that you cannot please at all times. Likewise, when radicals gather outside the palace, things can get ugly.
Kapital: Sparks of Revolution sandbox economic simulation will be available on April 28. Doing so via Steam, GOG, and Humble Store. Priced at $24.99 USD / 24.99 EUR / 19.99 GBP, with a 15% launch discount. Due to be available on Linux, Mac, and Windows PC.