In a 'hands-off' preview of Pipeworks Software's Rollercoaster Tycoon World with PC Gamer, the latest addition to the series revealed its first screenshots.
The game will off up to four players the ability to build a park co-operatively, at the same time, however each player will be restricted to their own part of the park.
The 'Park Pulse' feature is an aggregation of your park-goers' opinions, allowing you to easily see what they think of your creation.
The rollercoaster designer is in there too, allowing players to customise and create their own thrill rides, then 'ride' their metallic opus in first or third person. The devs were asked whether VR support would be on the cards, to which they responded with; 'we are exploring all available options for the game.'
Online you'll be able to look around other players' parks and share blueprints of the rollercoasters you've created.
RollerCoaster Tycoon World is due for release in 'early 2015'.