Paradox is giving away the Parklife DLC for Cities: Skylines on Steam. For a short time, users have the opportunity to secure the expansion free of charge – the standard price on Steam is 15 euros. In a website set up on the Valve download platform, the developers explain how to get Cities: Skylines – Parklife for free. In order to get the add-on free of charge, various steps and a registration for the Paradox newsletter are necessary. You can read the details in the article.
Paradox gives away the Parklife extension for Cities: Skylines on steam. Until April 26th, users have the opportunity to secure the add-on for the popular urban development simulation free of charge. The developers have instructions for free receipt on one Steam bottom released. Accordingly, users have to follow several steps to receive Parklife free of charge. You can find out how to get the extension free of charge in the list below.
The developers are giving away the Cities: Skylines add-on to all newsletter subscribers. Anyone who has previously registered for Paradox circular emails will also receive the extension free of charge. However, your Paradox account should be linked to your Steam profile. You can find out how this works and what needs to be considered in the instructions below. You also need to own the base game on Steam.
Paradox says that it can take up to 36 hours for the DLC to appear in your Steam library – and be available for download. The gift campaign is valid until April 26, 11:59 p.m. The Parklife expansion usually costs just under 15 euros on Steam. The extension, which has been available since May 2018, sends your residents of Cities: Skylines into the nature. The add-on is all about parks and green spaces. Zoos and nature reserves also attract visitors. By the way, a similar action is planned for players on PS4 and Xbox One. The developers plan to submit further details shortly. (buy now for € 29.99)
Cities: Skylines – Get Parklife for free – how it works
- Has the base game of Cities: Skylines on Steam
- Creates one Account at Paradox
- Go to the website's settings menu and register for the Paradox newsletter
- Confirm your email address
- In the Paradox account settings you register for the Cities newsletter
- Link your Paradox account to your Steam profile in the settings
- Face yours Steam account on publicso developers can check if you have the base game. As soon as you have received the DLC, you can undo this setting
- It can take up to 36 hours for Parklife to appear in your Steam library
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