Apr 04, 2017 03:27 PM EDT
For gamers and technophiles out there who would prefer building cities in a game controller than play simulation games on PC, then this revelation is definitely the one to watch out for. The "Cities: Skylines," a well-known city building and management game is said to be making its console debut this April. Let us find out here for more details.
According to Gamespot, this best-selling management game has also become one of the most sought-after games in consoles. This time around, the pretty much Sim-city inspired game will be having its debut on Xbox One on its official release this April. This will include the game's very first DLC expansion, "After Dark." The latter will provide access to players for them to have the latest transportation choices, tourist attractions, nightlife and other urban services that will help accommodate the citizen's night time happenings.
Not only did the game publisher, Paradox Entertainment, announced the release date, they also conveyed that the Cities: Skyline, together with the After Dark expansion will have a retail price of US$39.99 and is currently available for pre-order. However, the Skylines' further DLC expansions like the "Snowfall" and "Batiral Disasters" are not yet included in the upcoming Xbox One release, according to iDigital Times. Nonetheless, the game will have a free update on its previous expansions. This update is anticipated to comprise some of the modding community's finest concepts, which include a more vigorous budget for public transportation, emergency cars taking priority on the road over cars plus the capacity to name roads.
Based on Paradox Interactive's official announcement, the Xbox One Edition will launch worldwide on April 21, 2017. Fans can experience the creative management game as soon as it becomes available for purchase via disc or download, with pre-orders now available. The "Cities: Skylines" - Xbox One Edition and Windows 10 Edition will include the base game, bundled with the eminent After Dark expansion.
Feb 04, 2021
2. Feb 04, 2021
Researchers develop optical coating that can simultaneously reflect and transmit the same wavelength
3. Dec 21, 2020
Why Many Businesses Need Managed IT Services
1. Nov 18, 2020
Appy Pie Offers Amazing No-Code App Development Features
2. Nov 02, 2020
College Graduation: Things You Should do After the Big Day
3. Oct 02, 2020
8 Ways to Embrace Your Passion for Computer Tech