The Mass Transit expansion pack is bringing much-needed improvements to the public transportation system by offering a host of new features.
Cities: Skylines will get a lot more transportation options in about a month, May 18, to be exact. The Mass Transit expansion pack is promising to bring a host of improvements to the public transportation system by offering new forms of transportation, as well as new transit service buildings, mass transit hubs, scenarios, landmarks, and road types. It also includes monorails, cable cars, ferries, and blimps.
That means that people will now be able to get across bodies of water, up on high mountain peaks, and even through the sky. The challenge scenarios sound pretty interesting as they task players with solving traffic problems and adding new transit systems. The flow of traffic has certainly been one of the biggest problems of the game since release, so we’re hoping that this expansion will alleviate it at least to a point.
In March, developer Colossal Order and publisher Paradox Interactive confirmed that Cities: Skylines sold over 3.5 million copies across the world. They also released a free DLC pack to celebrate the game’s second anniversary. Pearls of the East features three Asian-themed buildings – Panda Zoo, Chinese Temple, and the Shanghai Pearl Tower.
“From the first day Cities: Skylines was released, it’s been breaking records,” said Fredrik Wester at the time, CEO of Paradox Interactive. “The game had our biggest launch in history at the time, selling 250.000 copies in its first 24 hours, and the community has only gotten bigger and more devoted over the last two years. Cities: Skylines perfectly showcases the kind of experiences we’re proud to support at Paradox: a game that people are just as excited to play now as they were two years ago. Happy birthday to Cities: Skylines, congratulations to Colossal Order, and my sincere thanks to all our players.”Published in