The next big expansion for Cities: Skylines finally has a release date. Green Cities, will adds hundreds of new sustainability-focused assets to the game, will release on October 19. To mark the occasion, Paradox Interactive and Colossal Order have also released a fresh trailer showing off a bit of what players can expect in the expansion.
Green Cities will include new buildings, organic stores, parks and services that are all focused on creating a sustainable city. From Paradox Interactive:
Players can go completely green as the urban population grows, and create more diversified cities with new specialized options for all zones, such as a combustion engine ban in the inner city or waste filtering requirements for industrial buildings. New in-game services, scenarios and policy options will arrive alongside rvisions to noise and ground pollution.
Along with the release of Green Cities, Paradox says it will also release a free content update for all players that adds things like electric cars, road modding, parks and trees, and more to the base game.
Green Cities will launch on October 12 for Windows, macOS and Linux for $12.99. There's no word yet on when the expansion will hit the Xbox One version of the game as well.
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