Today, Paradox Interactive and Colossal Order announced the next expansion for Cities: Skylines called "Campus." Campus allows you to construct new area for students like a trade school, liberal arts college, and university. The teams said that, "players will be able to increase the reputation of their campuses by attracting students." With five types of varsity sports arenas, nine unique faculties, seven new policies, and five new maps, Campus will give you more to do on May 21 for $13.
Keep in mind that Campus is only coming to PC on May 21. It's unclear when it'll hit Xbox One, but it may not happen until 2020. The console editions haven't received a lot of the content yet. You can take a look at some of the major features in Campus below.
- Degrees of Freedom: Design your own campus based on three area types.
- Sports: Bring college sports to your city by building football, basketball, baseball, and swimming arenas.
- Syllabuster: Employ seven new policies including book fairs and for-profit education.
- We Fancy: Display your scientific achievements in museums.
- Cheers: Celebrate with your citizens during graduation ceremonies.
Are you interested in the Campus expansion? Let us know.
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