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2 new premium DLC packs drop in to Cities: Skylines on Xbox One


Cities: Skylines on Xbox One gives you the chance to build the city of your dream, leaving you to deal with road planning, keeping your citizens needs in hand, and driving tourism to ensure the cash continues to roll in. You may well have thought that with numerous DLC packs having arrived for action over the months since release, Cities: Skylines couldn’t expand any further. But you’d be wrong as today we see two new DLC packs drop in. They aren’t cheap though!

Available to purchase and then add to your standard Cities: Skylines base game are the Natural Disasters and Radio Station Pack add-ons.

Now, you’ll need the base Cities game available in order for you to even start considering these additions – and those who plumped previously for the Premium Edition of the game will already find them included – but should you be looking to listen in to two new radio stations (that of Relaxation Station or Rock City Radio), for one price, or just want to cause some chaos and introduce a catastrophe or two into proceedings, then now is your chance.

The Radio Station Pack is the cheapest of the two options, but even then a massive £6.39 for a few tunes to accompany your experience seems like a huge ask for many players to bother with. Especially as it doesn’t deliver anything new in terms of ‘gameplay’.

The Natural Disasters Pack however is slightly different. Yes, the £11.99 price being asked is still a fair old whack to pay out – especially when you consider the cost of the base game and the other DLC add-ons – but at least it gives the opportunity to mix things up a bit, delivering the likes of Meteor Strikes, forest fires, earthquakes and more. Hey, why on earth we would want to see our beautiful cities begin to fail is beyond me, but at least it delivers on the excitement front.

The Microsoft Store will, as always, be able to bring the latest content packs in to your game. Head on over there by using the links below and enjoy what they can offer… as long as you can stomach those prices.

For more info regarding Cities: Skylines as a whole, you could do a whole lot worse than check out our review of the base game.

Natural Disasters Description:

Natural Disasters features a catalog of catastrophes to challenge mayor-players everywhere, including planning with early warning systems and emergency routes, devastating and destructive disaster effects, and caring for the populace as they struggle to rebuild. – Natural Disasters includes the following features: – Deep, Impactful Gameplay: Meteor strikes, forest fires, tsunamis, earthquakes, and more will destroy districts and devastate estates – With Great Power Comes Great Response Abilities: Plan for, and respond to, disasters using early warning systems, countermeasures, and new disaster responses such as helicopters and evacuations – This is Not a Test (but it is just a game): New radio systems put the station in devastation with disaster warnings and three free radio stations – An Objectively Good Feature: A series of pre-made scenarios challenge players with various objectives and conditions – Chirpocalypse Now: Sweet new hats for Chirper, man

Radio Station Pack Description:

Jam out to two of Cities: Skylines most popular radio stations – Relaxation Station and Rock City Radio, for one price. Whether you’re looking to chill or revving to rock, the Radio Station Pack for Cities console has your ears covered. Relaxation Station – Take the stress out of your streets and relax with over an hour of original music. Soothing jazz, lounge, groove, and pleasant Caribbean vibes prevail. So tune in, kick back, and let our in-game DJ spin some tunes for your listening pleasure. Rock City Radio – Take the mute out of your commute with everything from grunge and classic rock to sleaze rock and metal. Rock Radio is the perfect soundtrack to build your own Detroit Rock City – just try not to trash your hotel rooms too much!

Neil Watton
Neil Wattonhttps://www.thexboxhub.com/
An Xbox gamer since 2002, I bought the big black box just to play Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee. I have since loved every second of the 360's life and am now just as obsessed with the Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S - mostly with the brilliant indie scene that has come to the fore. Gamertag is neil363, feel free to add me to your list.
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