Colossal Order and Paradox Interactive released the city-building simulator Cities: Skylines eight years ago. In that time the title has seen a massive amount of DLC content arrive, massively expanding the gameplay potential. But Cities: Skylines 2 is on the way, so in one final hurrah, Cities: Skylines final DLC will start with three content creator packs released this month.
The three content packs will be Africa in Miniature, Sports Venues and Shopping Malls. Additionally, three new radio stations will become available JADIA Radio Station, 80’s Movies Tunes and Pop-Punk Radio. No prices have yet been listed for the packs and stations. Although expect them to be similar to previous DLC, £4.99 GBP and £3.39 respectively.
Cities: Skylines Content Creator Packs
- Africa in Miniature: A new world of possibilities set in the African Continent. The first Content Creator Pack from long-time Cities fan, 3D Artist Setonji “Prince Set” Hotonu allows you to explore Africa’s exceptionally diverse architecture, vibrant colours, and unique urban mix.
Africa In Miniature includes a total of 28 new buildings inspired by the existing urban masterpieces and unique architectural concepts.
- Sports Venues: Sports season never ends in this Content Creator Pack by community modder BadPeanut. From unique stadiums to community sports parks, this Content Creator Pack has everything to satisfy your City’s needs for sports! Watch your citizens enjoy their favourite match! All large stadiums have realistic football, baseball, and American football animation. Plus some new cool stats for you to look at. Some of them also have built-in public transport options. Do you prefer smaller crowds? Try Community sports parks: they’re smaller and can be placed everywhere.
- Shopping Malls: It’s time for some retail extravaganza! With the Content Creator Pack “Shopping Malls” by community modder KingLeno you can bring your shopping experience to the next level. Add a variety of shopping malls to your City. This content creator pack offers more than 60 assets. Including department stores, shopping plazas, and fast food restaurants to populate your Shopping areas.
“These eight years of Cities: Skylines have been incredible. It’s truly an amazing journey filled with heartfelt stories from our community and evolving the game into the genre-defining title it is today,” said Mariina Hallikainen, CEO of Colossal Order in a statement.
A free update too
Furthermore, current owners will be treated to a free content update. Available the same day, Hubs and Transport improves the transport system. Not only for the base game but also for After Dark, Snowfall, Natural Disasters, and Mass Transit expansions.
“As we look forward to the future, we are preparing to say our final farewells to Cities: Skylines with a strong lineup of content throughout the Spring. Cities players have a lot to be excited about in the coming months with a lot of free content expanding upon existing content and a final expansion from us at Colossal Order.”
The three Content Creator Packs and Radio Stations will arrive on 22nd March. This will be followed in May with a second set of content packs and a mini-expansion.
Will you be picking up the Cities: Skylines final DLC, or are you holding out for the sequel? Or are you more of an Endzone: A World Apart person? Let us know in the comments below.