The Anno 2205™ Ultimate Edition includes:
- the Full Game
- the Season Pass
- the Digital Artbook
- the Digital original soundtrack.
It is designed for any fans and newcomers who want the most complete game experience on Anno 2205™.
It's much different than your other Anno games, but its okay in its own right. Much more casualized, which many appeal to some. I am not a fan of the module system, as everytime you initially place something you have to be ready to leave room for the modules. It's a mild complaint though, since you can move items around for free. Biggest complaint is the changes to combat. Although it was definitely not a strong suit of the other games, they made it even worse in 2205. You go into designated battle maps which are the exact same every time and just spam special abilities over and over. You don't even get to build your fleet, they just give you ships that are upgradable (with no visual change when upgraded). Also for some reason, they still give you a command ship, although the only time you use it is in the stale sidequests, i.e. pick up the drone and drive it over here. Definitely bring back the ability to have your own fleet that you can build. All in all, I would say this is the transition game into what will be a better game next time. IF they could combine the good aspects of the older games with some stuff from the new one, I think we might have a great game on our hands next time.
Anno 2205 is yet another entry in great strategy series, sadly, it doesn't even come close to a level of excellence of Anno 2070. Space setting is just not as fun as water in previous one, and while the graphics are nice and soundtrack passable, campaign, and maps are sadly boring and average at best and the game doesn't present any challenge, because it mostly plays by itself. Season pass adds 2 out of 3 small DLC, which feels little insulting. Those don't add anything important anyway, only one fraction, few buildings and nice looking maps, but it's not worth it. I love art books, but in this one there is not much to look at, really, and there is nothing amazing to be seen. Overall, you're better off getting vanilla 2205, since ultimate edition doesn't add anything significant to the game.
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