What you need to know
- Cities: Skylines is a city-building simulator that is quite popular on consoles and PC.
- The long-awaited Campus expansion is finally available on Xbox One.
- It adds the ability to introduce more education options to your cities.
- You can purchase it for $13 through the Microsoft Store.
Today, Paradox Interactive launched an 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 team 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 for $13.
We've been testing out the Campus expansion for a few days now and it's a lot of fun. It's a great way to make your city popular and a destination for tourists. While there are certain challenges you have to overcome when dealing with high education, it's well worth the effort.
There are two other packs available with this expansion too. They're mostly geared towards creators and those who love the radio stations in the game. You'll have to buy them separately if you want access. Cities: Skylines is also currently available through Xbox Game Pass.
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