Cities: Skylines Gets Remastered For PS5 And Xbox Series X/S Next Week

To lots of, Cities: Skylines is the premier city-building simulation. When the computer introduced in 2015, it promptly came to be a fan-favorite launch for those that really felt pull down by modern-day SimCity titles. When the sim title showed up on gaming consoles 2 years later on, the less-intuitive controls really did not take away way too much from the experience, allowing it to still supply a great city-building experience. Now, programmer Colossal Order and also author Paradox Interview have actually revealed Cities: Skylines Remastered, which boosts the experience for console gamers in myriad methods.

This brand-new variation of Cities: Skylines intends to allow gamers develop larger and also much better cities than in the past. In enhancement to the evident visual and also efficiency upgrades allowed by the more recent equipment, gamers can take their city-planning abilities to the following degree with as much as 25 buildable ceramic tiles rather the 9 on PS4 and also Xbox One variations. Additionally, gamers can eagerly anticipate a quick-selection device, user-experience enhancements like accuracy positionings and also upgraded breaking choices, a brand-new environmental protection panel, a map editor, and also the capability to put frameworks openly.

Perhaps most notably, any person that has the PlayStation 4 or Xbox One variation and also its DLC will certainly get Cities: Skylines Remastered and also DLC (as much as the Airports development) completely free on their particular console family members. Those that do not currently possess the last-gen console variation can order Cities: Skylines Remastered for $40.

You can see a really short intro rattling off a few of the enhancements the group created this brand-new variation listed below.

Cities: Skylines Remastered shows up on PlayStation 5 and also Xbox Series X/S on February 15. The remastered variations of the DLC will certainly appear in the coming months. For much more on Cities: Skylines, review our 2015 testimonial of the computer variation here and also the 2017 console variation here. You can additionally review our 2021 meeting with the chief executive officer of Colossal Order on the long-lasting success of Cities: Skylines here.


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