This weekend you can take a look at the Cities: Skylines simulation. On Steam there will be a free event until March 30, 2020. There is also a huge discount when you buy the full version.
Anyone who has always flirted with the Cities: Skylines simulation should rather not do anything this weekend. The developer studio Colossal Order and the publisher Paradox Interactive have namely on steam gave the go-ahead for a free event, during which you can download the game without obligation and get a taste of what is going on.
According to the developer, there are no restrictions in terms of content, so you can use the full full version of Cities: Skylines (buy now for € 14.99) is available. By the way, you can transfer all the progress made as well as the unlocked extras and achievements into the full version of the urban planning simulation if you should decide to buy it. To make it easier for you, there is currently a discount campaign on Steam, which grants you a discount of 80 percent. So the game currently costs only 5.59 instead of 27.99 euros. The Deluxe Edition is also much cheaper. You shouldn't wait too long, however, because both the free event and the discount campaign will only run until March 30, 2020 – until next Monday.
Below this message you will also find the launch trailer for the recently released DLC "Sunset Harbor", which you can also buy on Steam. It is all about the larger and smaller bodies of water in your city of Cities. Skyline. In addition, you can glide through the air with all kinds of planes and helicopters.
Cities; You can play Skylines for free this weekend. (2) (Source: Colossal Order)
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