Paradox Interactive and developer Colossal Order released the Sunset Harbor DLC for Cities: Skylines. Included in this featured packed DLC is the new Fishing Industry, more transportation options, and new maps.
Unlike previous DLC such as Industries or Campus, the Sunset Harbor DLC for the first time is being simultaneously released on PC and Console. That means PC, Xbox One and PS4 players will be able to enjoy the DLC expansion at the same time.
Core features of the Sunset Harbor expansion add all the elements needed to maintain a bustling fishing industry. Fishing boats and fish farms will add new economic opportunities to any city with a waterfront. Four new policies can help ensure a healthy commercial success for the new fishing venture.
Water treatment plants can process waste water for additional uses. Waste management capabilities can be upgraded to include Transfer Facilities that allow for easier handling of a city’s waste and maintain land value.
New bus systems including the Intercity Bus Service gives citizens new means of highway travel. The Trolleybus Service acts as an eco-friendly alternative. Ground traffic can be avoided altogether with Passenger Helicopter service and the Aviation Clubs lets small planes take to the skies.
Along with the Sunset Harbor DLC comes the new Content Creator Pack: Modern Japan that features Japanese architecture with 20 buildings and 6 props from modder Ryuichi Kaminogi. This pack adds the first Japanese buildings to Cities: Skylines.
Coast to Coast Radio also launches that includes 16 bold and uplifting songs from DJ Toni G.
The Cities: Skylines Sunset Harbor DLC is available now for $14.99 USD on Steam. Content Creator Pack: Modern Japan is available for $4.99 USD and Coast to Coast Radio is available for $3.99 USD. Note that Cities: Skylines based is required and can be purchased on Humble Bundle, Steam or Paradox Store.
Paradox Interactive (@PdxInteractive Twitter) is a leading global publisher of strategy games for PC and console. The company has a game catalog dating back to 1999. Their head office is located in Stockholm, Sweden.
Colossal Order (@ColossalOrder Twitter) is a privately owned game development studio based in Tampere, a city in southern Finland. Founded in 2009 the studio has a passion for old-school city-building games. Titles from the studio include Cities in Motion, Cities in Motion 2 and Cities: Skylines.
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