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There won’t be Cities: Skylines II DLC for a while yet

There won’t be Cities: Skylines II DLC for a while yet

The first show was in very poor condition Cities: Skylines II-t That the developers had previously washed their hands and said the game wouldn’t run nearly as well. no one. They were right, because the city builder came out in really terrible condition, which showed in the first reviews.

the Massive systemr has been working continuously since then to stabilize, remove bugs, and, above all, improve performance. Studio head Marina Halikainen wrote about this In a blog post. It states that paid additional content, i.e. downloadable content (DLC), will not be created for the game until the performance issues are fully resolved.

At the same time, they are eagerly awaiting fans’ recommendations, ideas and opinions, with which they can later improve the game. They’re also based on ideas that were present in the first film, but were left out of the sequel.

Cities: Skylines II is currently not only suffering from performance issues, but there are also very strange anomalies. These are the garbage trucks that disappear along the way, and the stray dogs that abound in big cities.

Jerry J

Jerry J
At the end of 2010, he joined the feature writing team at PC Dome, and after a few months he also worked as a news editor. Slowly, 15,000 written articles were attached to his name, placing him at the top of the imaginative podium.

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