Cities: Skylines – Green Cities Announced Today at Gamescom
Paradox Interactive and Colossal Order announced today at Gamescom, Green Cities, a new expansion for their evergreen city-builder Cities: Skylines. Coming later this year, Green Cities will allow mayors to make sustainable cities, complete with organic stores, electric vehicles, and new services designed to make pollution a quaint notion of the past. Green Cities will arrive for $12.99 via low-carbon-footprint digital delivery for Windows, MacOS, and Linux PCs later this year.
Check out the Gamescom announcement trailer of Cities: Skylines – Green Cities, featuring some gameplay footage:
“Cities: Skylines – Green Cities adds 350 new assets to the core game, adding a massive selection of new visual options, complete with eco-friendly buildings, organic stores, electric vehicles, and new services designed to make pollution a quaint notion of the past. Players can create more diversified cities, or go completely green as the urban population grows. New in-game services and buildings arrive alongside revisions to noise and environmental pollution, making the skies safer for Chirper at last.
And that’s just the tip of the iceberg, with exciting new features such as:
- Story to Story, Building to Building, Street to Street: New eco-friendly buildings, New specialization buildings, new alternative service buildings, new unique buildings, electric cars, new parks – 350 new assets in all giving a unique new look to Cities: Skylines
- I Wish I Was Special, You’re So Very Special: New specialized options for all city zones, plus leveled-up specializations for the first time in Cities: Skylines
- So What So What So What’s the Scenario: New scenarios, New policy options, and a new Monument to make your friends Green with envy
- Why Do Birds Suddenly Appear More Stylish: Of course we’ve included a flower-crown hat for Chirper.
As always, the expansion will be accompanied by a free content update to the base game, which will include electric cars, road modding, changes to noise pollution, and more beautification options in the form of parks and trees, among other things.”
For more information on Cities: Skylines, visit its official website.