Congress Infinity v. 2.8.4b for Windows and Mac has been released!
This updates the Senate 2018 campaign, including tightening Texas, Tennessee, Montana, and New Jersey, adding Fmr. Gov. Gary Johnson as an independent in New Mexico, completes all the official Senate candidates, and more.
If you are a Congress Infinity owner on subscription (or if you purchased Congress Infinity within the last year), you are eligible for this upgrade.
This is a comprehensive update.
You can download this release by requesting a download e-mail at the link below.
What’s new in this upgrade
- Senate 2018 > Connecticut-1 > Republican -> Matthew Corey, Delaware-1 > Republican -> Rob Arlett, Hawaii-1 > Republican -> Ron Curtis, Massachusetts-1 > Republican -> Geoff Diehl, Michigan-1 > Republican -> John James, Rhode Island-1 > Republican -> Robert Flanders, Vermont-1 > Republican -> Lawrence Zupan, Wisconsin-1 > Republican > Kevin Nicholson -> Leah Vukmir
- Senate 2018 > Arizona-3 > John McCain -> Jon Kyl
- Senate 2018 > Indiana-1 > 50D-50R -> 52D-48R
- Senate 2018 > Maine-1 > 55I-45R -> 60I-40R
- Senate 2018 > Massachusetts-1 > 60D-40R -> 65D-35R
- Senate 2018 > Michigan-1 > 55D-45R -> 58D-42R
- Senate 2018 > Minnesota-2 > 55D-45R -> 54D-46R
- Senate 2018 > Montana-1 > 55D-45R -> 53D-47R
- Senate 2018 > New Jersey-1 > 58D-32R -> 53D-47R
- Senate 2018 > New York-1 > 70D-30R -> 65D-35R
- Senate 2018 > Pennsylvania-1 > 55D-45R -> 57D-43R
- Senate 2018 > Tennessee-1 > 52R-48D -> 50R-50D
- Senate 2018 > Texas-1 > 55R-45D -> 52R-48D
- Senate 2018 > Utah-1 > 70R-30D -> 65R-35D
- Senate 2018 > Virginia-1 > 55D-45R -> 58D-42R
- Senate 2018 > West Virginia-1 > 50D-50R -> 54D-46R
- Senate 2018 > Wisconsin-1 > 55D-45R -> 54D-46R
- Senate 2018 > election Nov. 8th -> Nov. 6th
- Senate 2018 > added Gary Johnson
- Senate 2018 > New Mexico-1 > added Gary Johnson
- Senate 2018 > New Mexico-1 > 39D-21I-11R
- Senate 2018 > New Mexico-1 > Republican candidate strength 2 -> 1
- Senate 2018 > Bernie Sanders > leader image > Independent -> Bernie Sanders
- Senate 2018 > Angus King > leader image > Independent -> Angus King
17 thoughts on “Congress Infinity v. 2.8.4b released!”
I’m not getting any email!
If you didn’t subscribe you wont. you’ll need to subscribe for a year its $8.00
Wtf well how to I becomes subbed?
NVM I got subbed. It’s kind of fishy you have to pay for a sub to get the update. Never before have you had to be subbed for an update. I smell money hungry.
Well I’m not thrilled about it but I think the plan is to just keep PI, CI as such that you wont have to buy a President Infinity 2020 edition I believe they plan on just updating this and adding more and more scenarios and content.
According to the records I have here, your subscription for Congress Infinity is good until July of 2019 (you automatically get a year long subscription after purchase). So, you didn’t have to add a year to your subscription. If for some reason you weren’t getting the redownload e-mail, that’s probably a separate issue. I’ll send you an e-mail directly about this.
I subscribed and set it to resubscribe automatically, but it says my subscription expired last month.
Please contact me by e-mail ( http://270soft.com/contact ) and I can help you with this. It might be that you purchased the subscription with a different e-mail from the one associated with your games.
Where can I subscribe?
It’s not sending me the link… Is it because I haven’t gotten the subscription yet?
actually now its sending me president Infinity links even though I didn’t click on them.
Does this update put house candidates in Florida/Minnesota and the other House races?
No, just Senate 2018 updates in this one. House 2018 updates will be in a bit.
(This isn’t a question about an update but its just something I’ve thought about since I’ve had this game) Though I realize this is an ambitious idea and I have no idea how you could implement it, but I would love to see a function in CI that could take the results of an election and put it into a new scenario so that you wouldn’t have to go through the editing process run multiple elections based off of each other.
It’s an interesting idea – we’ll see.