Now with Cities Skylines Content Creator Pack High Tech Buildings we will be able to opt for a new set of unique buildings technologically advanced and with a futuristic image that will make of our city g a visual spectacle. A total of fifteen new creations of Mauro "GCVos" Vos, created exclusively for this content pack. The High Tech Buildings package adds ten new unique buildings plus five technologically advanced buildings in the service sector: Vertical Farm, Nanotechnology Center, Research Center, Robotics Institute, Semiconductor Plant, Software Development Studio, Space Shuttle Launch Site, Television Station, Biodome and Electric Car Factory.
The buildings available for strategic sectors of the city are: Intelligence Agency - Large Police HQ, Medical Laboratory - Clinic without ambulances, Cryopreservatory - Large Crematorium, Faculty - Small University and Wave Power Plant, which will grant us a number of incredible advantages besides doing to our unique city. Remember that this content package is a DLC and therefore we need to have installed the base game to access all this new content.
This game managed to be everything I had hoped it would be and then some, with all the wonderful attention to little details and customization options. Fans of the genre wont want to miss this one.
This is what SimCity should have been. Simply, the best city builder so far, with great support for modders and a lot of fun for all fans of the genre.
Ultimately Cities: Skylines has provided exactly what players wanted from SimCity 2013, and that ought to be all it takes to convince would-be city planners.
Cities: Skylines isn’t without its flaws, but even the things wrong with it add to its charm. It might not be that much of a challenge, but it delivers on the glee of expansion.
Cities: Skylines is an outstanding simulator that is accessible and deep. We could only ask for more options and possibilities, but it is still is a great experience fans of the genre will love.
Cities: Skylines makes up for everything SimCity did wrong. It offers the possibility of making gigantic cities in which infrastructure is key. Building a city that does well sometimes gets a bit too easy, which also shows the limited offer in buildings. Thankfully the quickly growing community knows what to use the Steam Workshop for. This is only going to get better.
As limber as Cities: Skylines is, it’s sorely lacking in replayability. Instead, it lets you get the most out of your favorite city by encouraging you to endlessly optimize and furthermore giving you the tools you need to do it. Come for the ant farm spectacle and spreadsheet detail. Stay for the endless cultivation of your favorite garden.
April 19, 2018
Cities Skylines presents its new expansion: Parklife. Watch video
March 13, 2017
Cities Skylines has sold more than 3.5M copies worldwide and it will celebrate it with a free DLC! Read more
May 31, 2018
Cities: Skylines partners with Teacher Gaming to publish an education edition of the game. Read more
December 6, 2017
Cities: Skylines launches a new DLC dedicated to Jazz. Watch video