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Paradox and Colossal Order have put out the Cities: Skylines - Industries DLC along with a free update today.

The new Industries DLC includes five new maps, new industry policies, new Post sorting facilities along with new a new Post Van and Truck vehicles. On top of that, there's also new industrial buildings include Extractors, Warehouse Facilities, Processing and Auxiliary Buildings, Industrial Props and Roads. Unique Factories, such as Food, Toy, Furniture, Car and plenty more.

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As for the free update, which is also out now, this includes Toll booths and a new policy for them, new industry train cars, new items in the Asset Editor, modding adjustments along with bug fixes to the base game as well as the Parklife and Green Cities expansions.

We were offered a review key but sadly my contact hasn't replied to me on this. I've reminded them about it today so hopefully we can have something up another day.

Cities: Skylines is basically the ultimate city builder available on Linux, it's going to be pretty difficult for another developer to top this.

You can find Cities: Skylines along with various DLC on Humble Store  and Steam.

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madpinger 23 Oct, 2018
idk, Is there really $15 USD worth of content in that, seems pricey to me at this point, the DLC is really adding up I suppose.
Dunc 23 Oct, 2018
QuoteCities: Skylines is basically the ultimate city builder available on Linux
Probably the ultimate city builder right now period.

Quoting: madpingeridk, Is there really $15 USD worth of content in that, seems pricey to me at this point, the DLC is really adding up I suppose.
From what I've seen, it adds a whole new level of management, almost turning the game into more of a Transport Tycoon clone than a city builder, so it's not insubstantial. I don't feel like shelling out that kind of money on it myself, if I'm honest, but I think it's a reasonable price to ask.
madpinger 23 Oct, 2018
Quoting: Dunc
QuoteCities: Skylines is basically the ultimate city builder available on Linux
Probably the ultimate city builder right now period.

Quoting: madpingeridk, Is there really $15 USD worth of content in that, seems pricey to me at this point, the DLC is really adding up I suppose.
From what I've seen, it adds a whole new level of management, almost turning the game into more of a Transport Tycoon clone than a city builder, so it's not insubstantial. I don't feel like shelling out that kind of money on it myself, if I'm honest, but I think it's a reasonable price to ask.

Well, I'm happy there is more content for it, but at the same time I feel DLC'ed out, maybe more substantial DLC/Expansions for a fair price would make me feel better about it, I mean if I look at the DLC lists to games these days, sometimes it's just absurd.
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