New Tropico Game is in the Works, Teaser Shows a President Who Likes to Tweet (VIDEO)

Kalypso Media, the creative developer behind the Tropico game series, is back again with another project and quite possibly the sixth installment of the before-mentioned. Simply titled “Rule Again”, a teaser trailer was just released and makes several references to recent events in politics as the main character, calling himself El Presidente, in the video flips through radio station broadcasts. “Plans for the wall have been approved,” said one reporter. Another refers to the Brexit vote in the United Kingdom and states, “The UK has left the European Union.” Check out the video below:

It turns out El Presidente also enjoys tweeting, showing the man picking up a smartphone and leaving a small statement on a Twitter-like social media page called Spitter. “Time to get back into the game,” it reads before he gets up and heads into the light-flooded balcony. It seems as though Kalypso Media will have this man symbolize some of the political going-ons of the United States with their new game.

Rule Again, or whatever the official name will be, is expected to debut sometime in 2018 with no tentative frame of time announced yet. No word from the developers on what gamers can expect, only leaving this video on their social media websites and nothing else to grab on to. Although, it will be available for all major platforms including PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. That’s a fact!

What do you think this will turn out to be? Could it be another Tropico game or something else entirely? Feel free to leave any thoughts or comments in the section below or begin a conversation on Don’t Feed the Gamers official Facebook and Twitter! For more awesome gaming and related news, check out the articles below:

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