Cities: Skylines Sells over 3.5M, to Get Free DLC

Cities: Skylines Sells over 3.5M, to Get Free DLC

Cities: Skylines has sold over 3.5 million copies worldwide, publisher Paradox Interactive shared via press release. The city-building simulator hit the impressive milestone on its second anniversary, and will receive some free DLC to celebrate.

“It’s fair to say that Cities: Skylines has changed all of our lives at Colossal Order,” said Mariina Hallikainen, CEO of developer Colossal Order. “This is a game we had all been working on and dreaming about creating for years. Seeing how many people have rallied around it, and seeing the incredible community sharing their cities and mods has been so rewarding and inspiring. On behalf of our entire team, thank you so much to all of our players for your ongoing support!”

The DLC – titled “Pearls from the East” – will introduce some new buildings to the game. These will come in the form of a Panda Zoo, a Chinese Temple, and the Shanghai Pearl Tower. The pack will be “available soon.”

Cities: Skylines originally launched for PC in March 2015. An Xbox One version of the game is slated to arrive this year.



 

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Comments Comments (6)

 
Posted by AdamC
On Tuesday 14 Mar 2017 3:13 PM
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Damn not coming to PS4? I'd love to try a game like this.
 
 
 
Posted by Syn-Ryn
On Tuesday 14 Mar 2017 3:25 PM
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I bought this in the Steam sale, played 6 hours in one sitting and haven't touched it since. I can't risk getting back in, I know it will consume me.
 
 
 
Posted by atipuss
On Tuesday 14 Mar 2017 4:54 PM
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Might have to get scopio to play game like this!!
 
 
 
Posted by ptys
On Tuesday 14 Mar 2017 6:11 PM
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Have thought about playing this game but never heard much about it, might look at some reviews.
 
 
 
Posted by SteveMacNZ
On Wednesday 15 Mar 2017 6:59 AM
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will have to pick this up when it releases on Xbox, at the very least the kids will love to have a play
 
 
 
Posted by Daniel5000
On Wednesday 15 Mar 2017 7:55 AM
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what if EA never f#$@#% sim city up