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Cities: Skylines goes free-to-play for the weekend alongside Sunset Harbor’s launch

If you’re one other weekend indoors, Colossal Order and Paradox have an enormous weekend forward for Cities: Skylines fans new and previous. Not solely has the Sunset Harbor launch date landed at present, the bottom recreation is free-to-play for the weekend, and a number of extra content material is now on a steep low cost for the subsequent few days.

You can obtain and play Cities: Skylines through Steam proper now, and revel in as a lot as you’ll be able to handle for the subsequent three days. If you want what you play, you’ll be able to seize the bottom recreation at a whopping 80% low cost, which brings the worth right down to $5.99 / £4.59 / €5.59. You can even get substantial financial savings on all earlier DLC, if you could fill out your assortment.

If you’re excited by new stuff, Sunset Harbor brings a assorted choice of transportation upgrades and aquatic endeavours to your metropolis. Another two DLC packages have launched alongside the growth – a Modern Japan content material creator pack highlights 20 new buildings from modder Ryuichi Kaminogi, whereas the Coast to Coast radio possibility provides some new tunes to take pleasure in.

Check out a trailer beneath for the highlights of the brand new stuff.

Cities: Skylines goes free-to-play for the weekend alongside Sunset Harbor’s launch

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