cities skylines carols candles and candy

Playing through Cities: Skylines on Xbox One and PS4 when it first launched ensured that you would have been provided with a huge, massively deep, city building experience. But since those initial times, the game has been hit with a multitude of DLC packs, both in terms of paid and free goodies, building on things even more. Today, it is the latter we are seeing once more with the arrival of the free Holiday themed Carols, Candles and Candy content pack.

Available to grab on Xbox One and PS4, the Cities: Skylines Carols, Candles and Candy DLC is a free addition to the base game, ensuring that you get the opportunity to feel right at home through this holiday period.

Providing access to five new Christmas carols, you’ll be in your element as you kick back with some city building and listen in on the remade classics across multiple genres – Classic Jazz, Latin Jazz, Country, Indie and Indietronica, for instance.

Added to the existing radio stations that help push Skylines along, and running in a completely random order, this means you’ll be able to listen in to the following wintry remixes:

  • “Silent Night” by Houston River Jazz Collective
  • “Holy Night” by Jazz in-clave
  • “The First Noel” by Martin Carlberg
  • “Jolly Old St Nicholas” by Lily La Roux 
  • “I Heard The Bells On Christmas Day” by Elijha MotI

Free of charge, there is nothing to stop you from not wanting to enjoy these carols when you next dip into some building so head on over to the Xbox Store or PlayStation Store immediately and grab the content. You will of course need the base game to hand first.

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DLC Description:

Tis the DLCeason! With Carols, Candles and Candy, yule feel right at home with five new Christmas carols remade in multiple genres: Classic Jazz, Latin Jazz, Country, Indie and Indietronica. The songs will be randomly played across existing radio stations once you download the DLC. It’s free! Besides, you can’t prove Chirpy is not a partridge, and Paradox Interactive is spelled with No L. Happy holidays, city-builders.


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