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Humble Bundle has a big Cities: Skylines bundle

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Fancy city-building but don't want to pay a big sum for all the extra content? Humble Bundle have a new Cities: Skylines Bundle live now with the base game and major expansions. This game has Native Linux support and is rated Steam Deck Playable.

Split across a 5 / 11 or 22 item selection you can get:

  • Cities: Skylines
  • Deluxe Edition Upgrade
  • Plazas & Promenades DLC
  • Airports DLC
  • African Vibes DLC
  • Financial Districts DLC
  • Mass Transit DLC
  • Snowfall DLC
  • Natural Disasters DLC
  • Various Content Creator packs

See the full bundle here.

Cities: Skylines II is due out on October 24th, although it will not feature Native Linux support this time. So if you're hoping to play it you'll need to run it through Proton.

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Phlebiac Sep 14
I got (one of?) the previous bundles, so have a few of the DLC already. And yet, the complete collection on Steam would still run me an additional $161.73, with the current sale going!
geekening Sep 14
Did they say why CS:II doesn't have a native Linux build this time? I purchased and played the first one exclusively on Linux. Disappointed by this news :(
Maelrane Sep 14
Quoting: geekeningDid they say why CS:II doesn't have a native Linux build this time? I purchased and played the first one exclusively on Linux. Disappointed by this news :(

To be fair though: It was crystal clear that this would happen with the advent of Proton.

Proton is awesome technology and I love that it exists, but the moment it was announced and proven to work, it was clear that developers would go the path of least resistance and drop native Linux support.

I love what Feral and ... forgot the studios name ... did in the past, but I haven't seen a native port of any AAA game for years. (not to say that City Skylines is a triple A title)

Even if Linux market share increases I doubt that there will be a lot of native games in the coming years. Proton just works and is Good Enough (TM).
Eri Sep 14
I know this bundles take time to prepare, but it's interesting seing a Unity game on a bundle so soon after de sh*tstorm.
Kuduzkehpan Sep 16
64 bit cpu + OS can run both 64bit and 32bit apps. But only difference is 32 bit apps will work lilbit slower than 64bit apps. thats all matters.
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