Cities: Skylines 'Mass Transit' Expansion Out Now

By Mike Sousa on May 19, 2017, 10:45AM EDT
PC

Paradox Interactive announced that the Cities: Skylines - Mass Transit expansion is now available for PC.

Planes, trains, automobiles and more are featured in this expansion for the critically acclaimed city-builder, including new public transportation options such as blimps, monorails, cable-cars, blimps, ferries, and blimps.

Design public transport as you’ve never seen it before, top-down and under your control. Whether your goal is efficiency or mayhem, Cities: Skylines - Mass Transit lets you control the commute of your citizens over, on, or underground. Manage the madness with more moving machines than most metropolises can master.

Cities: Skylines - Mass Transit features:

  • The Road to Riches: Ferries, blimps, cable cars, and monorails help move your citizens around town, and get their money into your city's coffers.
  • Home is where the Hub is: The transit hub connects all your transit together, letting citizens ail lines in one building, or hop from the bus onto the ferry, or even find their way through a sprawling monorail-train-metro station.
  • The Traffic Must Flow: New scenarios will test your traffic management skills and transit system vision. New road types, bridges and canals adds variety to your city, and new ways to solve its challenges. Become an expert in traffic flow, and then use that knowledge to improve your city!
  • New Hats for Chirper: No expansion is complete without some new hats for fictional birds!

Rockstar Cities: Skylines players can also take the mute out of their commute with the Rock City music pack, releasing alongside the expansion for $3.99. The music pack adds a new DJ and 16 songs with everything from grunge and classic rock to sleaze rock and metal to help you rock the suburbs.

Cities: Skylines - Mass Transit is available for $12.99. The publisher has yet to announce when will this expansion be available for the Xbox One version of the game.

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