As part of its Gamescom 2017 announcements, developer Paradox Interactive announced that Cities: Skylines will be going green with its next batch of content. Fittingly titled "Green Cities", the upcoming expansion will ship later in 2017 with a whole load of new ways to make your city a little cleaner and, well, green. Called Green Cities, the expansion will allow mayors to make sustainable cities with organic stores, electric vehicles and more. For the price of $13, you'll get to enjoy 200 new buildings, 100 assets, specializations and more. Green Cities will be priced at $13 United States dollars, and will be out "later this year".
Alongside the paid Green Cities expansion, a free update will ship for everyone with electric cars, road modding, and other tidbits like parks and trees. Cities: Skyline is also now available on console, but as yet there's no word on when the expansion might come to PS4 or Xbox One.
New specialized options for all city zones, plus leveled-up specializations for the first time.
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Green Cities will arrive for $12.99 via low-carbon-footprint digital delivery for Windows, MacOS, and Linux PCs later this year.
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