Play Cities: Skylines For Free On Steam This Weekend

Cities: Skylines is currently free on Steam and now is a great chance to give this game a try. Developed by Colossal Order, the Finnish video game development company is well-known for its simulation game series such as Cities in Motion and for Cities: Skylines.

Cities: Skylines was released back in 2015, and it has obtained various updates and additional content through recent years. Players can create cities, while resolving urban problems that need fixing or even altering the nature of the game through mods.

Cities: Skylines is a quite similar to SimCity game and it will be free for the next three days. The game is being sold at $7.49 and $9.99 for the Deluxe Edition, which also includes multiple expansion packs. With $56, players can get their hands on Cities: Skylines collection that comes with all major and minor DLCs, including Natural Disasters, Green Cities and Mass Transit, as well as several content creator packs.

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