This expansion, which costs $12.99, brings new transit service buildings, mass transit hubs, new scenarios, new landmarks, and new road types. For those eager to find out more about the expansion, here is a list of its features, straight from the developers:
• All’s Fare: Add ferries, blimps, cable cars, and monorails to move your citizens around town, and move valuable fare dollars into your bank account.
• A Hubba Burnin’ Love: New transit hubs help handle the hubbub of public transport by connecting your transit together, letting citizens hop from line to line as they puzzle their way through the city.
• That’s my Traffic Jam: Conduct the masses across bridges and canals in your great orchestra of a morning commute, and dream up new ways to go with the traffic flow.
• Chirper Capita: We liked it so we put a new lid on it for Chirper.
Alongside the Mass Transit Expansion, the developers have also release the Rock City Music Pack, which costs $3.99. This pack introduces a new DJ to game, and includes 16 songs that range from grunge to classic and sleaze rock to metal.
You can watch the launch trailer below. Cities: Skylines – Mass Transit is now available on PC, Mac, and Linux. There is no word yet on when it is coming to the recently launched Xbox One version of the game.
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