Cities: Skylines starts building on PC on March 10

Those looking to build the next big city will have Cities: Skylines to look forward to on March 10, with Paradox Interactive and Colossal Order offering up a new trailer.


Paradox Interactive and developer Colossal Order are ready to break ground on their upcoming city-builder, Cities: Skylines. The spiritual successor to Cities in Motion is set to release on March 10 and to celebrate this information, Paradox is offering up some pre-order incentives and a new trailer.

Early adopters will get some additional structures to add to their cities. This includes a basketball court, botanical gardens, a merry-go-round, a bouncy castle, and a dog park. They'll also get a digital art book and four digital post cards.

Cities: Skylines sees players building their cities from the ground-up, establishing a solidly-constructed city while also supporting its economy. Citizens will react to what's being built around them and will live their lives as players continue their building efforts. In addition to its economic structure and transport system, the new Cities will offer Steam Workshop support.

For more, be sure to check out the new trailer below and visit the Cities: Skylines Steam page.

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