Cities: Skylines Remastered Revealed For PS5 And Xbox Series X|S
The city-simulation game will come to current-gen consoles February 15.
The wait won't be long for the newly announced Cities: Skylines Remastered. Paradox Interactive has revealed that the updated game will arrive on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S on February 15 for $40. It will also be a free upgrade for people who already own the title on PS4 and Xbox One.
Cities: Skylines Remastered will feature 25 buildable tiles, which Paradox notes is 16 more than possible on last-gen systems. Other features coming with this new version of the game include visual improvements, a quick selection tool, environmental controls, and map editor.
Developed by Colossal Order, Cities: Skylines originally launched back in 2015 for PC. The simulation game eventually came to PS4 and Xbox One in 2017, followed by a Nintendo Switch edition in 2018.
For Xbox Series X|S owners, Cities: Skylines Remastered will also be a part of the first wave of Xbox Game Pass titles for February. The management game will be available to play via the cloud for the subscription service as well.
Remastered editions of DLC will be on the way in the months ahead, according to Paradox. Current owners of the add-ons will get the new versions for free up to the Airports expansion.
For more, check out GameSpot's Cities: Skylines review.
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