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Mods are finally coming to Cities: Skylines 2

Mods are finally coming to Cities: Skylines 2

True, only at the end of the month, and in a rather limited form, the developers also announced new paid DLC correspondingly, with which we can give a new look to the waterfront areas.

The second part of the successful city-building game Paradox did not get off to a good start, as the creators had hoped. They couldn't release the promised console version at the same time as the PC version, and the game is still not available on PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X/S. The PC version has received many fixes since its release, but it still has a lot of bugs. In addition, one of the basic functions of the first part, mod support, is also missing.

It addresses the latter The update is coming at the end of March, which allows you to create map and code modifications using tools intended for this purpose, and even link the game to the Paradox Mods page, where you can upload your creations. For now, the functionality will only be available on a limited basis, but will be expanded in the future.

The game also received two new downloadable content (DLC). One is the free update for San Francisco, and the other is a coastal residential area pack that includes 30 European and American beach houses, 6 unique buildings, and 4 palm trees. The pack will be available from March 25th with mod support, which will of course be independent of DLC purchases. In addition to the current update, we also received a roadmap:

See also  Index - in the meantime - we will soon be able to see a documentary about how the ill-fated The Last of Us II was made

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