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Paradox Interactive and Colossal Order have today announced you need more education, just kidding, the Cities: Skylines - Campus expansion was announced.

Releasing soon too on the 21st of May! Check it out:

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Back to school! In Cities: Skylines - Campus, university life abounds with new area types for any sort of student - Trade School, Liberal Arts and University. Increase the reputation of your campus by attracting students and creating Academic Works to unlock new buildings. Build five types of varsity sports arenas and nine unique faculties, employ seven new policies, earn seven new achievements and take on five new maps! Campus takes higher education to new heights with everything you need to graduate magna cum laude.

Features:

  • Degrees of Freedom - Zone for new campus area types - Trade School, Liberal Arts College and University. Increase reputation by attracting students and creating Academic Works and unlock new buildings!
  • Var-City Sports - Bring college sports to your city by building football, basketball, baseball, track & field, and swimming arenas. Manage your teams, hire coaches, sell tickets -- and collect prizes for winning matches! Customize your teams with unique jerseys, buses and security.
  • Syllabuster - Employ seven new policies including book fairs and for-profit education. Sponsor academic works by handing out research grants and supporting the staff.
  • We Fancy - Display your scientific achievements in Museums.
  • Cheers! - Celebrate with your citizens during graduation ceremonies.
  • Ludocartography 101 - Five new maps for your building pleasure.
  • Three New Chirper Hats - Be the big chirp on campus!

They've said it's going to be available for around $12.99/£10.29. If you're interested you can follow it on Steam and the Paradox Store for now. It will be coming along with a free update as expected and they also posted a roadmap during their livestream, which seems to show the free update coming on the 17th with feature overview videos each day until release.

On top of that they will be also doing some new content creator packs and radio stations, which will be additional purchases.

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Purple Library Guy 9 May, 2019
So according to the trailer, very little happens at universities except sports. Very American.
poke86 9 May, 2019
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Quoting: Purple Library GuySo according to the trailer, very little happens at universities except sports. Very American.
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Pinguino 9 May, 2019
Quoting: Purple Library GuySo according to the trailer, very little happens at universities except sports. Very American.

Indeed. This whole announcement feels quite odd, especially coming from a Finnish developer and a Swedish publisher. I guess they're just catering to their typical user.
DerpFox 9 May, 2019
Quoting: wleoncio
Quoting: Purple Library GuySo according to the trailer, very little happens at universities except sports. Very American.

Indeed. This whole announcement feels quite odd, especially coming from a Finnish developer and a Swedish publisher. I guess they're just catering to their typical user.

And their typical user is?

Because from what I see on youtube for example a LOT of people on their are from the UK. And if you look at the steam workshop there is more asian and european type thing than american. I'd personally say that there typical user is very cosmopolitan.
Swiftpaw 9 May, 2019
Definitely would not call that an "expansion" but rather a DLC and helps turn me off ever being interested in trying out their game, not until they're done with all these mini pieces of their game. Hopefully it doesn't end up being a confusing clusterfuck after they're done with adding all these bits and the game ends up being well-balanced and fun.
Ninex 9 May, 2019
Definitely not what I would have picked to expand on, but I hope it provides interesting new strategies.
dlf 10 May, 2019
Wonder what a paradox game like the sims would feel like.
QoAaD 10 May, 2019
Just dipping my toes into this game, but I'm finding all the DLC that's available to be a little discouraging. That's one thing I definitely don't like about Paradox games.
Ketil 11 May, 2019
This video showcasing the universities in-game is quite promising. I thought I didn't want it two days ago because I have played it too much already, but I am reconsidering at the moment.
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