The unfortunate patch snafu in Cities: Skylines is now over as Colossal Order has released version 1.0.7c, which includes a lot of the patch notes the retracted 1.0.7b had before it got pulled over new issues it caused.
That means the Japanese garden is now finally available for all to enjoy. The team thank everyone for being patient as they deal with the "post-launch funsies". Mayors are still holding out for the eventual tunnels update.
"Easter is over, and so is the wait for the next patch for Cities: Skylines. As previously mentioned our core focus lies in solving the most common technical and accessibility issues some users are experiencing which should be clearly noticeable in this update," posted community manager 'TotalyMoo' on the official Paradox forums.
"Please note that if you run a heavily modded version of the game you might want to disable your mods and start a new city to ensure the vanilla game works properly - before you try running your modded city. We can not assume responsibility for the stability of your game when using mods but highly guarantee this practice (as well as regularly backing up your saves!)"
The one downside to a game like Cities: Skylines, which is super mod friendly, is that any new patches run a serious risk of upsetting the mass of community creations. A small price to pay for the likes of Flight Cimulator, or even CityCopter.
Check out the full Cities: Skylines 1.0.7c changelog for more.