Cities Skylines to Officially Introduce Mass Transit

Oh for the chaos ahead

 

While Cities Skylines has a basic transit system currently to get maximum use from it you need quite a few mods like Network Extensions, Rush Hour and Transport Manager added alongside the base game.

However, never fear (err or might) Paradox are to release a new DLC called Mass Transit. Yep if you have already buggered up your cities with traffic chaos then Mass Transit with either fix it or make it even worse. If trying to retrofit into an existing city well then welcome to Auckland’s mess in trying to retrofit decent transit into a large urban area.

 

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From Paradox Interative :

New Expansion for Cities: Skylines Majors in Commuter Science

“Mass Transit” Adds Monorails, Ferries, Cable Cars, and Blimps to City-Management Game

Published: February 28, 2017 10:28:42 AM CET

STOCKHOLM – Feb. 28, 2017 — Paradox Interactive, a publisher of games that play fare, today announced a new expansion coming soon for Cities: Skylines, the award-winning city-builder from Colossal Order. The expansion, titled “Mass Transit,” will bring new forms of transportation to the PC game, allowing mayor-players to offer in-game citizens new ways to get across town by land, sea, and air. With new transit service buildings, mass transit hubs where lines can exchange passengers, new scenarios, new landmarks, and new road types, Mass Transit will provide veteran players of Cities: Skylines with more choices and options to personalize their cities than ever before.

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Per usual, the new expansion will arrive together with a free update to the base game upon release. This free update adds mod-inspired features to traffic management, such as an extended public transport budget, emergency vehicle overtaking and more road features. The patch will also include the much-requested ability to name roads.

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Oh what fun will be waiting when this expansion comes out

 

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