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Cities Skyline players can get the game's Parklife DLC for free for a limited time

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Cities Skyline players can get the game's Parklife DLC for free for a limited time

Cities Skyline players can get the game's Parklife DLC for free for a limited time

Until midnight on April 26th, PC gamers can get Cities Skylines' Parklife expansion for free on PC by signing up to Paradox Interactives' Cities Skylines newsletter. 

To do this, gamers must already own a copy of Cities Skylines, sign up for a Paradox account and link their Steam account and Paradox account together. After this, you must then sign up for the Cities Skylines newsletter, and after that, a free copy of Cities Skylines' Parklife expansion will appear within your Steam Library within 36 hours. 

This promotion is only available for the Steam/PC version of Cities Skylines, which means that this promotion will not cover the console versions of Cities Skylines. 

Detail instructions on how to redeem this offer are available on Cities Skyline's Steam page
   

Cities Skyline players can get the game's Parklife DLC for free for a limited time  

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22-04-2020, 13:21:19

NeverBackDown
That's a lot of work for something free. Seems excessive and that they over thought it. Though I do suppose they want you to sign up for their website.Quote

22-04-2020, 14:04:05

WYP
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
That's a lot of work for something free. Seems excessive and that they over thought it. Though I do suppose they want you to sign up for their website.
My guess is that Cities Skylines 2 is coming and that they want the newsletter to reach as many as possible.Quote

22-04-2020, 16:56:33

dwaynesmith
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
That's a lot of work for something free. Seems excessive and that they over thought it. Though I do suppose they want you to sign up for their website.
Hilarious. It took about three minutes. What do you consider to be not much work? Playing a game for three hours I suppose. Quote

22-04-2020, 17:17:01

WYP
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Originally Posted by dwaynesmith View Post
Hilarious. It took about three minutes. What do you consider to be not much work? Playing a game for three hours I suppose.
When parklife is worth about £12 normally, it's a worthwhile trade.Quote

22-04-2020, 17:53:59

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by dwaynesmith View Post
Hilarious. It took about three minutes. What do you consider to be not much work? Playing a game for three hours I suppose.
Wow, you're hilariously good at sarcasm. I almost laughed.

Making you go through all these steps for a free code when almost every other company just says "hey it's free from x date to x date, just go to store page and download".

This is just self-promoting for marketing purposes in the future making money off your "free" purchase. Not to mention they probably are selling your data from signing up.

Just as bad as Creative Assembly's Total War Access crap. Making you go externally to download free things. Fortunately, they went away from that because it was overly complicated and caused issues.Quote
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