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With the release of Cities: Skylines - Parklife on Thursday, it's going to expand the already great city builder with some fun new features. For those who don't have Cities: Skylines yet, it has a massive sale on Humble Store with 75% off.

If you want to complete your collection, some of their other bigger DLC is also on sale with 50% off:

In regards to the Parklife expansion, I should be getting pre-release access. So hopefully I can get some thoughts up at release. It certainly seems interesting:

Cities: Skylines - Parklife is a playful new expansion, making your city more alive with new amusement parks, nature reserves, city parks and zoos, and giving new life to your empty land with custom parks and gardens. With everything from roller coasters and campsites to flower beds, fountains and flamingos, Parklife adds new ways to play, with the introduction of a new park area tool and level-up features that increase your parks property values, along with five new maps and a ton of assets in play.

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skinnyraf 21 May 2018 at 12:47 pm UTC
Will they ever stop publishing new excellent DLC for Cities: Skylines? I played C:S for 37 hours and would have probably passed 100 hours if I played through again after each worthwhile DLC... For now, I'm waiting for an "ultimate edition"


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Dunc 21 May 2018 at 3:03 pm UTC
skinnyrafWill they ever stop publishing new excellent DLC for Cities: Skylines? I played C:S for 37 hours and would have probably passed 100 hours if I played through again after each worthwhile DLC... For now, I'm waiting for an "ultimate edition"
Well, considering that there's new DLC for Crusader Kings II coming soon, I think they'll be at it for a while yet. The player stats for their games are unlike anything else on Steam. Most games start off with a huge spike as people buy them in the first week or so, then tail off. Paradox's are almost the opposite: they just keep growing. Last time I looked, there were more active players of C:S than ever.
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