Natural Disasters are coming to Cities Skylines

Natural Disasters are coming to Cities Skylines

Natural Disasters are coming to Cities Skylines

Natural Disasters are coming to Cities Skylines


When Cities Skylines released in 2015, it was easily the best modern City builder around, supporting mods from day 1 and providing gamers with the traditional city building mechanics that other city modern builders, Simcity, lacked. 

Over time Cities Skylines has grown to become even more feature rich with the help of though the release of expansion content and the increasingly complex works of the modding community.  

Since launch, Cities Skylines has lacked one of the most exciting/traumatic features that have been a standard part of several City builders ever since Simcity 2000, natural disasters. These sudden events can see your bustling metropolis come crashing down around you without careful preparation and provide a much more stimulating challenge than managing your city's sewer system. 


Natural Disasters will add a series of city-destroying emergencies to Cities: Skylines, which can occur unexpectedly during the game – or be manually triggered by mayors seeking a challenge or some sort of gruesome, vindictive pleasure.

Buildings and infrastructure will be destroyed, fire can spread across locations, and countless lives may be lost unless players implement the right emergency plans and responses and keep an ear on the new radio alert system. Fans of Cities: Skylines will have the chance to overcome everything from massive fires to meteor strikes, and allow their friends to do the same with a new Scenario Mode, where custom challenges can be designed and shared through Steam Workshop.



 Right now Paradox has not set a concrete release date for the new expansion, though it is due sometime this winter.


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18-08-2016, 19:49:34

Sounds like one of the better expansions that will increase playability. Didn't really think the other ones were that great tbhQuote

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