Take a look at the Empire of Sin management and combat gameplay
The Chicago of the 1920s was a Mecca for criminal gangs during the Prohibition era. Paradox Interactive lets you take on the role of a gangster boss in Empire of Sin, as you build up a gangster empire out of the ground.
If you want to run a business, you have to be able to think strategically, and occasionally pull the trigger (or have it pulled for you). At least in Chicago in the 1920s. Empire of Sin is not a shooter, so it is not comparable to the Mafia series. Rather, this strategy game requires the tactical decisions of a cunning manager to plan out your next move. This sometimes brings back memories of XCOM, despite the completely different setting. And Empire of Sin also seems to be more complex.
Empire of Sin will be released on Steam on December 1st 2020. You can already pre-order the title from us to save and get bonuses with your purchase. With various gameplay trailers will show you what to expect in the Paradox game: the "Game Pillars". What makes Empire of Sin special? How do decisions affect the character based narrative? 14 bosses compete for supremacy in the wild 20s, each with randomly generated starting conditions. Manage your own casinos, hotels and other profitable businesses. And if one of your opponents shoots you across - well, shoot back.
Of course, during prohibition the trade with alcohol flourishes. So make sure that your breweries provide the booze. Once you have made a name for yourself in the underworld and taken over the competition's posts by force, like a really good manager, the coffers should be well filled. You can invest the money in better units or in upgrading existing shops and breweries. But be careful: Sooner or later the police will get wind of your activities in Empire of Sin. Ally with other gangster bosses and be generous in your bribes - Empire of Sin gives you a free hand in how you manage your gangster empire.