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    Content material creator packs, radio stations incoming.

    What would a Paradox Interactive recreation be with no ceaseless avalanche of accompanying paid DLC? Effectively, at the moment will not be the day to seek out out because the writer has introduced Cities: Skylines’ upcoming Airports enlargement – which involves Xbox, PlayStation, and PC on twenty fifth January – will probably be accompanied by a four-strong batch of supporting paid DLC.

    Up first is a brand new Content material Creator Map Pack, costing £3.99/€4.99/$4.99 USD and introducing eight new terrain maps created by Sanctum Gamer – as featured within the announcement trailer.

    Sharing that very same value level is DLC quantity two, referred to as Content material Creator Pack: Automobiles Of The World, which introduces 21 new automobile property – all created by bsquicklehausen – together with a brand new Police Supercar. In whole, it will add two new ambulances, two police vehicles, 4 buses, two fireplace engines, two rubbish vans, two hearses, 4 metros, and three trains – all of which get an airing within the new pack trailer.

    Cities: Skylines Airports enlargement trailer.

    Along with the above, twenty fifth January brings two new radio station packs, each costing €3.99/$3.99 (a UK value level remains to be to be confirmed). Calm The Thoughts Radio is described as a relaxation-focused radio station meant to deliver “chill vibes into your architectural workflow”, whereas On Air Radio brings new jazz beats “for constructing the smoothest cities round”.

    As for the Airports enlargement itself, it will value $12.99 (or your native equal), and can give gamers the instruments wanted to create and handle their very own air-focused transportation hubs, including modular airport constructing choices that broaden by way of profitable development, cargo terminals, and related public transport. All that’s set to be detailed extra completely in a gameplay livestream tomorrow, eleventh January, at 2pm GMT must you be wanting to be taught extra.

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