Cities: Skylines will soon be getting another DLC pack called Plazas and Promenades, which will allow you to eliminate air pollution and filter out the noise of traffic by creating pedestrian streets and zones that are car-free.
Plazas and Promenades will be available soon on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One for 14.99 USD / 12.99 GBP / 14.99 EUR.
Cities: Skylines Plazas and Promenades DLC Content
Paradox Interactive and Colossal Order gave details about the DLC saying that it would allow players to create “green city centers free of most vehicles and pollution”.
There will be three zone-specific policies to go with this, which include slow driving capping the speed limit to 20mph, and a Sugar Ban that will increase the lifespan of your citizens but also decrease their happiness. Finally, you can now use a Street Music policy to increase happiness and noise pollution in pedestrian commercial zones.
Three new district specializations will be included, with options for offices, high-density residential areas, and high-density commercial zones. Buildings spawned in these districts will have different visual appearances and gameplay effects, with 24 new modern wall-to-wall buildings.
Then there’s the new City Service Buildings, which will offer new visual styles and provide services that boost good happiness values when connected to pedestrian zones.
Plazas and Promenades brings Content Creator Packs
Colossal Order will also be putting together two new content creator packs and radio stations; Paradise Radio and Shoreline Radio.
‘Mid-Century Modern’ by Rev0 offers players residential growable buildings while ‘Seaside Resorts’ by Gèze will give your buildings that classic seaside resort look, including boulevards and piers with a 19th-century American style.
Paradox Interactive hasn’t committed to a release date for Plazas and Promenades yet, but it did say that it will release soon. We’ll keep you posted and will update this article once a release date has been confirmed.
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