• Video Dev Diary Shows Cities: Skylines is as Smart as it is Beautiful

    Final Developer Diary Video Delves Into the Innovative Systems That Will Help Make Your City the Best it Can Be

    STOCKHOLM Ė March 5, 2015 Ė Paradox Interactive and Colossal Order, rumored to be secretly constructing the eighth wonder of the world, have today released the final installment of their video developer diary series for Cities: Skylines, the highly anticipated city simulation game for PC, Mac and Linux set to break ground on March 10th!

    Lifting the lid on a variety of clever systems within the game to make your job of building your perfect working metropolis as streamlined as possible, the brand new video diary highlights that Cities: Skylines isnít just a looker but has smarts too!



    Never before seen in a city builder, Cities: Skylines contains the first integrated Dynamic Water System giving all the rivers and estuaries within the game real-world mass and direction. This will mean that you must think carefully where to place your water services to ensure that your cityís waste will go downstream and that you donít pollute your populationís water supply!

    The video developer diary also explores Zoning within the game, built to enable you to reasonably simulate a realistic city of up to one million people, along with the District Tool and the Economic Simulation model.

    Players of Cities: Skylines will have total control in endless sandbox city-building gameplay across massive maps, allowing them to design and manage the metropolis of their dreams. Vast backdrops and maps provide players with countless ways to improve and expand their cities, while extensive modding support allows players to design everything from in-game parks and buildings to new landscapes.

    Cities: Skylines can be pre-ordered at www.citiesskylines.com.
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    Comments 3 Comments
    1. Miwi's Avatar
      if you simulate water - what is really a great thing - then you shouldn't stop to simulate the effects of water, e.g. flooding the city by my own stupid decisions should destroy infrastructure (bridges, streets etc) and buildings when they get flooded. However, what I saw in various Let's Play videos was a flooded bridge but traffic was flowing under the water, crossing the river as though nothing had happened. Are there plans to simulate these effects to a plausible end ?
    1. Fallender's Avatar
      First time I hear about the water, bought the Preimium version yesterday... so one more reason to skip the next days until release
    1. Ellannel8's Avatar
      Can Cities:Skylines be played on played on a windows tablet?