Cities: Skylines 'Sunset Harbor' expansion focuses on fishing and water

Sunset Harbor
Sunset Harbor (Image credit: Paradox Interactive)

What you need to know

  • Cities: Skylines is a city-building simulator for Xbox One and other platforms.
  • It's getting a new expansion called "Sunset Harbor."
  • The focus is on water and a fishing industry.
  • You can play Cities: Skylines through Xbox Game Pass (opens in new tab).

Today, publisher Paradox Interactive announced the "Sunset Harbor" expansion for Cities: Skylines on Xbox One, PC, and PlayStation 4. It's coming on March 24, and the big focus this time is water.

Sunset Harbor, a new fishing, maritime, and transportation-themed expansion for the award-winning city-builder from Colossal Order, will launch on PC platforms, on Xbox One, and on PlayStation 4 simultaneously on March 26. The new expansion adds a wealth of content including fishing industries, intercity buses, passenger helicopters, water treatment plants, and much more.

The main features are listed below.

  • Explore the new fishing industry with control overfishing boats at sea and fish farms.
  • Water treatment plants are available that process wastewater for additional uses.
  • Explore new bus systems for transporting your citizens.
  • There's a new passenger helicopter service you can try.
  • There are five new maps where you can build your city.
  • Transport hubs now connect all sorts of public transportation options now.
  • You can now easily handle trash due to new facilities.

Cities: Skylines is available as part of Xbox Game Pass. You can play it as part of your $10-a-month subscription.

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