Cities Skylines Goes Green This Month in New DLC

Cities Skylines Goes Green This Month in New DLC

Green Cities lets you make your cities a bit more environmentally conscious.

Paradox Interactive and Colossal Order today announced a release date for the next expansion to Cities Skylines, Green Cities. The new expansion will be coming to PC, Mac, and Linux on October 19, 2017 for $12.99.

Cities Skylines: Green Cities will add 350 new assets to the base game, including new eco-friendly buildings, stores with organic food, a new monument, and new parks. Players now have the option to go completely green, or set aside new filters and ban in various city zones. New civil services, policy options, and in-game scenarios are also along for the ride.

Green Cities will be joined by a free update for Cities Skylines, offering electric cars, road modding, a complete overhaul of noise pollution, and more parks and trees for your city.

There's no word on when Green Cities will be coming to the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions of Cities Skylines.

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