Green Cities Now Available for Cities: Skylines on Consoles
There seems to be more and more simulation games hitting the Xbox One, and those that are out there are getting more and more content, and Cities: Skylines is just one game. Paradox Interactive has announced a new season pass for Cities: Skylines on console, along with the first new content of 2019 - the Green Cities expansion and European Suburbia content creator pack are available today.
Cities: Skylines - Green Cities adds over 300 new assets to the core game, including a massive selection of new visual options, complete with eco-friendly buildings, organic stores, new parks and services. Players can go completely green as the urban population grows, and create more diversified cities with new specialized zones, such as self-sufficient residential areas in the inner city or IT clusters for office zones. New service buildings, scenarios and policy options are also included, alongside revisions to noise pollution.
As for the econd Season Pass for Cities: Skylines console edition it is said that it will assist players to take their city-building skills to new heights with some of the game’s most popular content add-ons. Season Pass 2 will roll out three major expansions, a content pack, and three radio stations. After Green Cities and European Suburbia, remaining DLC will be available upon release throughout the year.
Here is a quick breakdown of the Season Pass 2 Contents:
- Green Cities (full expansion)
- European Suburbia (content creator pack)
- Parklife (full expansion)
- Country Road Radio (radio station DLC)
- All That Jazz (radio station DLC)
- Industries (full expansion)
- Synthetic Dawn Radio (radio station DLC)
Oh wait, there is more. There is also a patch (out now) that is FREE (caps added for emphasis) which supplements the base game with electric cars, road modding, a noise pollution overhaul, and more beautification options in the form of parks and trees, among other things.
Ok, that is all we got here for you readers, but we think that the support that continues for this game is AMAZING, as it makes the games original purchase, and that of the Season Passes (year 1 and 2) a pretty good investment.
Source: Press Release/YouTube