Mobile video game RollerCoaster Tycoon Touch is getting a boost in realism by the way of real-world Six Flags content. The world’s largest regional theme park company has announced a licensing partnership with Atari’s RollerCoaster Tycoon Touch. The plan is to make available real Six Flags’ thrill rides like the world record-breaking roller coaster and attractions, along with popular restaurants, retail stores, as well as signature landmarks, as special content for the game.
The partnership includes several installments of additional Six Flags branded assets delivered as periodic content updates. The partnership will also see promotion across Six Flags’ in-park Media Networks and both parties’ social media channels in North America. It is not known, though, when will these “periodic updates” kick off.
With micros transactions ruling the world of free-to-download mobile game (AKA freemium), it is not clear if some of these new content will required users to drop any money on them or not.