The Airports are the latest addition to Cities: Skylines. They add a whole new dimension and layer of complexity for players, as well as giving them more flexibility when designing their city. With all the hype surrounding these new features, it got us thinking about what other games might benefit from this kind of expansion or create an entirely unique experience around airports that we haven’t seen before?
Cities: Skylines is a city building game that comes with an expansive content and new features. The “cities skyline” is one of the new features in this game. Cities: Skylines Airports Launching Alongside Content
The forthcoming Airports DLC for Cities: Skylines will be accompanied by two new Content Creator Packs and two new radio stations, according to publisher Paradox Interactive and developer Colossal Order.
To begin, there’s the Content Creator Map Pack DLC, which includes eight new terrain maps created by YouTuber Sanctum Gamer and allows you to develop towns over a variety of diverse settings.
The Content Creator Pack: Cars Of The World DLC then includes 21 additional vehicles built by YouTuber bsquicklehausen from across the world, including a police supercar. Both are $4.99/€4.99/£3.99 (or similar in your country).
The Calm The Mind Radio is designed to help you relax while creating and managing your city, introducing “cool vibes into your architectural workflow,” while the On Air Radio adds jazz to your playthroughs. Both radio stations are $3.99/€3.99 or the equivalent in your location.
The DLC allows you to “construct your own airport regions, put up gates, and link them through concourse networks” in Cities: Skylines – Airports. You may either start with a little airstrip or go straight for the big international hubs. It, as well as the four DLC items described above, will be released on January 25.
Tomorrow, January 11, at 2 p.m. GMT, the publisher will broadcast further gameplay from the Airports DLC on its Twitch account.
Cities: VR was also unveiled last month, and it will be available in Meta Quest 2 this spring.
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