Cities: Skylines free to Play for 3 Days and available for 75% Discount
Cities: Skylines will be available as free to play on Steam for 3 days. This Friday you can Play this famous city building game for free,.
The game will be Free-To-Play from Friday (March 22) through Sunday (March 24).
Also, Steam is running a special promotion and offering big discounts for all editions of this game including DLC’s.
The base game Cities: Skylines is available for 75% discount at USD $7.49. If you are in India the price is just INR ₹ 182 (rough conversion USD $2.85), so the discount price will vary in different regions.
The deluxe edition discount price available at USD $9.99, deluxe upgrade pack at $2.5 and the full collection bundle is available for 54% discount at $55.9.The DLC’s or expansion packs discount ranges from 10 to 50 percent.
This one of my favorite simulation/ city building game, before SimCity game, was my favorite but the last version SimCity 5 always online mode and the games itself was a great disappointment.
Cities Skylines was released in 2015 and the game is my Steam library for the last 3 years, whenever I get bored I will just go for this full city simulation game. If you like city building games, then this deal is for you.
Steam Deal and Free to Play :
Just, reach this Steam page and add the game to your Steam library, play the game free for the next 3 days and if you are satisfied, then buy the game at discount price.
About Cities Skylines :
Cities: Skylines is a city-building game developed by Colossal Order and published by Paradox Interactive.
The game is a single-player open-ended city-building simulation. Players engage in urban planning by controlling zoning, road placement, taxation, public services, and public transportation of an area. Players work to keep up various elements of the city, including its budget, health, employment, and pollution levels.
Players are also able to keep up a city in a sandbox mode, which provides unrestricted creative freedom for the player
Players start with a plot of land – equal to a 2-by-2-kilometer area – along with an interchange exit from a nearby highway, as well as a starting amount of in-game money. The player proceeds to add roads and residential, industrial, and commercial zones and basic services like power, water, and sewage as to encourage residents to move in and supply them with jobs.
As the city grows beyond certain population tiers, the player will unlock new city improvements including schools, fire stations, police stations, healthcare facilities and waste management systems, tax and governing edicts, transit, and other features to manage the city.