Dear railway fans,
We are so close to the release of the Rail Nation career, so it’s about time we take a look at more features. We’ll also look at which data from previous game rounds will be taken on board and which were turned away at the final switch.
Does every player start at the same career level?
Not exactly. With the introduction of the career, some past successes will be transferred and the achievements unlocked right away. This includes achieved single player ranks and ranks achieved with your association. Additionally, the amount of stars you collected in the game will be taken into account. Afterwards, the stars will become redundant for the ranking and shall be replaced by the career level in the game. These unlocked achievements will help you gain the first couple of levels, depending on how successfully you’ve played so far.
A range of new rankings will come to the game with the career. Besides the career points and prestige from completed rounds (since career launch), you can now also find rankings for track construction, redeeming medals, participation in competitions or connecting to cities. You can also check which player or association has won the most game rounds. These rankings will be filled with data from the start of the career, meaning all players have a fair chance of coming out on top.
The existing eternal prestige ranking will be locked and archived at the start of the career. You can still view it via a link in the career.
From now on, the round winners will be celebrated in a section of their own, with the details being saved for each round. Besides single players and associations, the best cities, regions and landmarks are now also highlighted. The new ranking gives you a good reason to show off your team’s skills.
We wish you lots of fun!
The Rail Nation Team