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Is Colossal Order's city-builder a shining metropolis, or a smog-ridden mess?

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Cities: Skylines - Green Cities Officially Launches October 19 With Over 350 New Things

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We live in a time where the leader of the free world barely believes in climate change. It's real, and there's a massive amount of technology, research, and spending going into slowing it down. Some of that arrives in Cities: Skylines next month as the Green Cities expansion plants the seed of the future.

Cities Skylines: Green Cities Gameplay Reveal – Paradox Interactive shows first footage

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Paradox Interactive and Colossal Order announced earlier this week that the next expansion for Cities Skylines would be titled Green Cities, which aims to make cities more eco-friendly and sustainable, adding 350 assets to the core game when it launches later this year on PC.

The first gameplay footage from Cities Skylines - Green Cities can now be found on Twitch, giving you over an hour of gameplay from the team at Colossal Order as they explain all the features and new additions that this expansion will add.

Cities: Skylines will go green in Green Cities expansion pack DLC

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The new expansion for Colossal Order's Cities Skylines will introduce 350 new assets to help build more eco-friendly cities, out later this year - and will accompanied by a free content update.

Steel Division: Normandy 44 Exceeded Paradox Interactive's Pre-Order Expectations - Q2 2017 Revenue Up 23%

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Paradox Interactive went into 2010 as a fairly niche company focusing their efforts on Grand Strategy games that captivated all but the most experiences armchair generals. Fast-forward to 2017, however, and you'll see a publicly traded powerhouse that's buying up every strategy studio it can find. And it's working.

New Cities: Skylines DLC lets you put on a concert with real-life musicians

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With Rock, EDM, and Pop/Folk bands and a new radio station. Out August 17

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