- Play in the ultimate toy sandbox and build the train set of your dreams on November 14 on Xbox One and Windows 10
- Create colorful railway systems, decorate beautiful towns, and even ride in your train
- Check out some of the unique community creations that are possible in Tracks – The Train Set Game
Did you play with wooden train sets when you were younger? How about making little toy scenes in your living room? Imagination is a key part of everyone’s development as a child, but the fun doesn’t have to stop when you’re grown up.
We don’t think the fun does have to stop, and nor do the thousands of Tracks – The Train Set Game players. With the game hitting Xbox One on November 14, we cannot wait to see what you all come up with!
Tracks starts you off simple with some wooden train tracks, which you can twist and turn at your will. It’s when you open the toybox, though, full of skyscraper buildings, clocktowers, fountains, vehicles and much more, that you can really start to let your imagination run wild. Hop into the driver’s seat and ride the rails at any time to see your creations to scale.
We’ve been blown away by the amount of depth and creativity players have poured into their worlds so far, and so we wanted to showcase just a couple of them to give you a taste of the sorts of things you can create when the game finally hits Xbox One and Windows 10.
Created by Tracks Player: Darious
We were particularly impressed by Darious’ use of multiple objects to create ‘Queen’s Cross Station’, seen in the image above. In the trailer towards the top of this blog, you can see that driving into the train station in first-person is quite the breath taking experience, especially when you’re the size of a little wooden person!
Created by Tracks Player: Frank
This island world by Tracks player Frank makes wonderful use of environmental features. In addition to a busy town area and skyscraper buildings, the focus is on greener landscapes, utilising various tree types, rocks and ground colours. There’s no shortage of airborne transport either, as you’d expect for an island – a helicopter, a plane and a hot air balloon can all be spotted.
Hidden around the opposite side of the island is an industrial area, with wind turbines, lorries and factories, along with little warehouse workers in hi-vis jackets. This world proves that Tracks is about much more than just wooden trains – it’s an entire toy sandbox at your fingertips.
Hopefully this blog has got your brain cells firing – and that’s without even mentioning the track boosters, fireworks, musical bells, fog and snow effects, train customization and much more. We’re excited to see what you all come up with when the game launches for Xbox One and Windows 10 on November 14! If you’re a Twitter type, make sure to post your screenshots and clips with #TracksXbox and we’ll retweet some of our favorites!