Paradox Interactive chill us to the bone with the latest expansion for Cities: Skylines.
The Cities: Skylines Snowfall expansion arrives just in time for winter, and brings an avalanche of new gameplay features. The expansion adds new snow, fog, and rainfall weather systems, along with a new set of Winter maps designed to challenge mayors to keep the roads clear, and their citizens warm. To help, the expansion adds snowplows to help clear the streets, plus new public transit options, including streetcars, to help your residents get about.
The Snowfall expansion will be released for the PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions of the game on November 14, 2017. It will be priced at a cool £9.99.
In addition, Cities: Skylines will also receive a Premium Edition and Season Pass on the same day. The Premium Edition includes the base Cities: Skylines game – which we rather enjoyed – and the following three expansions: Snowfall, Natural Disasters, and Mass Transit. Also included is the Relaxation Station radio station DLC, plus the High Tech Buildings and Art Deco content creator packs. The premium edition has recommended retail price of £59.99.
The Season Pass makes all of the content detailed above available to players who have purchased the base game, and is priced at £29.99.
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