For those of you out there who love a city building simulator Cities: Skylines is likely top of your list. Since the 21st April we have been able to enjoy this incredible title on our Xbox One and when it released After Dark came ready built in. Since then we’ve had nothing new for our fair cities but that is about to change. Paradox Interactive has today announced after time to settle in, not one but seven Download content (DLC) packs to come for Cities: Skylines Xbox One Edition kicking off with Snowfall on 17th November.
Snowfall will introduce weather into the game as well as tools to manage them properly. With six more to follow soon now could be the time to pick up a season pass as all the coming DLC will be covered for a one off payment which will also become available on the 17th November. For anyone who has yet to try there hand at this new city builder, whether long term fans of SimCity or simply haven’t had the chance yet, a Cities: Skylines – Premium Edition will launch alongside both the new DLC and Season pass. The Premium Edition will come bundled with the original game which includes After Dark and a Season pass allowing you to snap up all the game will have to offer in the coming months.
Every DLC will be controller friendly to help let our creativity flow and our Cities grow allowing us the full experience of the title with the options we want regardless of our platform. The DLC to come will be as follows, Snowfall on 17th November which will be a full expansion. This will be followed by two more full expansions called Natural Disasters and Mass Transit. High Tech Buildings and Art Deco follow as content creator packs. The last two DLC will be radio station packs including Relaxation Station and Rock City Radio.
For any budding architects out there Cities: Skyline – Xbox One Edition is available now on console or from the Microsoft website here.
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