Cities: Skylines Newest Expansion Allows You To Build Your Own Theme Park

Joanna Estrada
April 19, 2018

Inhabit a world where you define the rules. No word on if it will make its way to consoles, however, some of the other Cities: Skylines expansions have so hopefully this will as well. Vast backdrops and maps provide players with countless ways to improve and expand their cities, building from humble beginnings up to attractive, cloud-hugging structures and unique architectural marvels.

Paradox Interactive and Colossal Order today announced the next major expansion hitting Cities: Skylines - titled, "Parklife". Players can also add new assets, like sightseeing bus tours, amusement parks, nature reserves, and zoos. These parks can be kept looking spry with new Park Maintenance services that level up these new lands. They can now fill them with outdoor attractions like zoos and amusement parks, starting May 24 when Parklife releases.

Parklife introduces five new maps, along with a new park area tool that allows players to construct park districts along any empty plot of land.

If you're a fan of Cities: Skylines and you want some more content to sink your teeth into then you're in luck. This enables you to get creative, not only laying out large parks in the heart of your city, but utilising those little empty spaces between buildings to add to your citizens' wellbeing.

Policies, Please: Take on three new city policies and eight new park policies to deal with recreational hazards like Fireworks and Animal Ethics.

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The new Parklife expansion for PC and Mac lets you customize your own park.

There is quite a lot that will come free with an update that will launch alongside the expansion for the PC version as well, including things like a new tourism panel, new trees that reduce noise pollution, an upgrade to the camera mode as well as the ability to control the camera with scripts, and new modding features.

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