Critically acclaimed city-building simulator Cities: Skylines is finally coming to Xbox One and that release takes place this spring.
According to developer Paradox Interactive, the Xbox One edition of Cities: Skylines will include the After Dark expansion pack which introduced a nifty day-night cycle, among other features.
However, the game received multiple expansion packs in the last year. It is only fair that the developer bundles up all the packs, or at least most of them, in the game’s Xbox One port. At present though, it appears that buyers will receive just the first DLC and must make do without last year’s Snowfall and Natural Disasters.
“Cities: Skylines – Xbox One Edition puts you in charge of a growing city – from the ground-breaking of its first streets to the ever-changing needs of thousands of citizens,” reads the announcement. “Design, build, and manage the city of your dreams, from public services to civic policies, and challenge yourself to grow from a simple town to a bustling metropolitan hub.”
Cities: Skylines released for PC back in 2015 and was hailed for its freedom and an insane toolbox. Such praise is often reserved for SimCity. However, dissapointment from its latest installment forced its player-base to seek refuge elsewhere. Cities: Skylines offered everything and more.
Since its release, Cities: Skylines has sold more than 2 million copies. Additionally, it boasts an incredibly health modding community which is backed by the developer as well. It was often last year that you would see Paradox Interactive interact with community modders and mention their favorite mods.
You can watch below how the game runs on Xbox One: