Tracks: Toybox Edition update adds new content
Tracks: Toybox Edition was recently given what’s described as a “massive” content update on Switch.
Content additions relate to the tram, cab toys, and utility poles – plus there are new decorations. A number of other changes have also been implemented, including technical improvements.
Here’s the full rundown of the update:
Tracks: Toybox Edition September 2023 update patch notes
A classic tram is now available as a train style. It combines a train and one passenger carriage into a single unit, and supports all the customization options available for the standard train.
A new section of the Scenery menu gives you the choice between a whistle or a bell on your train.
Utility Poles are a new decoration class which automatically attach wires between each prop you place. To start with there are two styles: Telephone Pole and a large Electricity Pylon
There’s a wide variety of new decorations including 10 new houses, 3 new passengers, and several large buildings like a sports stadium and motel.
Certain actions could get awkward when you had a lot of trains. Now when you look at a train (or its carriages) you’ll see a little arrow appear on top of it. With a train highlighted, any train-related actions will automatically apply to that train.
- Replaced the font used for Latin and Cyrillic languages
- Tracks, Roads & Rivers now create unique crossings when they meet a variant of other type.
- Added pop-ups with key reminders and tips when using certain decorations for the first time
- Added the Hungarian language option back into the menu
- Several UI and quality of life improvements
- Fixed several piece configurations not suggesting the proper junction piece
- Fixed a crash on the tutorial when playing in Korean
- Improved the game’s start up time and memory usage
- Optimized and reduced the size of the Sci-Fi DLC
Switch players can download the new September 2023 update for Tracks: Toybox Edition now.