Cities – Skylines : patch 1.7 et DLC Mass Transit

Paradox diffuse une nouvelle bande-annonce pour accompagner le lancement aujourd’hui de Mass Transit, quatrième extension majeure de son fameux city-builder.

DLC qui ajoute de nombreuses options au niveau des transports (ex : monorails, échangeurs, nouveaux types de routes, ponts et canaux) mais aussi de l’interface pour permettre de mieux construire des routes ou de comprendre pourquoi certains endroits sont plus sujets à des embouteillages. Quelques scénarios viennent s’ajouter afin de proposer différents défis précis à relever.

Pour plus d’informations sur Cities : Skylines – Mass Transit, voyez cette page chez l’éditeur ou celle-ci sur Steam. Vous trouverez aussi par ici dans le forum officiel plusieurs dev diary détaillant un peu plus, images à l’appui, le contenu de cet add-on.

A noter que la sortie de cette extension est accompagnée d’un patch 1.7 gratuit pour le jeu de base, dont voici ci-dessous le récapitulatif. Le changelog complet se trouvant lui de ce coté dans le forum du jeu.

Principaux ajouts du patch 1.7.


Cities: Skylines – Mass Transit Launches Today
We’ve got a ticket to ride, and you should care

STOCKHOLM – May 18th, 2017 – Paradox Interactive and Colossal Order are careening off the rails and taking to the skies with Cities: Skylines – Mass Transit, available today for a non-massive transaction of $12.99. Planes, trains, automobiles and more are featured in this expansion for the critically acclaimed city-builder, including new public transportation options such as blimps, monorails, cable-cars, blimps, ferries, and (in case you missed it) blimps. Mass Transit is available for Windows, Mac, and Linux PCs here – click it to write your own ticket:

Design public transport as you’ve never seen it before, top-down and under your control. Whether your goal is efficiency or mayhem, Cities: Skylines – Mass Transit lets you control the commute of your citizens over, on, or underground. Manage the madness with more moving machines than most metropolises can master.

The people of your city have got places to go and you’ve got ways to get them there with exciting new features such as:

  • All’s Fare: Add ferries, blimps, cable cars, and monorails to move your citizens around town, and move valuable fare dollars into your bank account.
  • A Hubba Burnin’ Love: New transit hubs help handle the hubbub of public transport by connecting your transit together, letting citizens hop from line to line as they puzzle their way through the city.
  • That’s my Traffic Jam: Conduct the masses across bridges and canals in your great orchestra of a morning commute, and dream up new ways to go with the traffic flow.
  • Chirper Capita: We liked it so we put a new lid on it for Chirper.

Rockstar Cities: Skylines players can also take the mute out of their commute with the Rock City music pack, releasing alongside the expansion for $3.99. The music pack adds a new DJ and 16 songs with everything from grunge and classic rock to sleaze rock and metal to help you rock the suburbs.

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