Cities: Skylines It is a simulator that allows you to build and manage cities, similar to the classics Sim City. The game is developed and published by Colossal Order interactive paradox, challenges players to create and maintain a city with concerns such as pleasing capital and residents. The title is available on PlayStation 4 (PS4) for 164.90 Brazilian Real, in Xbox One For R$74.49, at Nintendo Switch for R$75.49 and on PC (windows), Mac And the linux from stores steam And the Epic Games Store For 55.99 Brazilian riyals.
In addition, the game can also be accessed through Xbox Game Pass and is free until March 17 At Epic Games St.pray. See below for more game details and title requirements to run on your PC.
Cities Skylines is a simulation game that challenges users to build their own city in the style of the classic SimCity – Image: Reproduction/Steam
In the game, the player can create his city from a highway exit that connects to the rest of the map. Building options begin with roads and zoning that will determine the type of structure to be built on the site, such as high-density or low-density residential areas, industrial areas, and more.
By defining construction areas, individuals and businesses will start moving into your city and erecting homes, buildings and factories that will become your landscape. They will also pay taxes to cover the costs of building and maintaining the city.
When people start living in your city, you need to take care of many other details, such as electricity supply, transportation, sanitation, health, education, entertainment, employment, and more. Residents’ satisfaction will guide the future of your city: they may enjoy living there or decide their taxes aren’t worth paying. This will attract or dislodge new residents and thus investments.
Cities Skylines faces many challenges to managing a city such as traffic and residents satisfaction – Photo: Disclosure / Paradox Interactive
In addition to managing the financial aspect, the traffic is also a huge challenge in the game. This is because the highways that are built must meet the demand of the residents and follow an organization. If not improved, it impairs the entire flow of the city, making it difficult to provide cleaning services, firefighters, and hospitals.
When it was originally released in 2015, Cities: Skylines It was only available for PC, until winning a version for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One In 2017 and in Nintendo Switch, in 2018. Over the years the game has received many updates that added new types of buildings, weather, and more. In January 2022, a new update was released with airports that raised the minimum and recommended requirements for the game. Check it out below:
Cities: Skylines – Minimum and Recommended Requirements (2022)
|Minimum Requirements||Recommended configuration|
|The operating system:||Windows 7, 8.1 or 10 Home (64-bit)||Windows 10 Home (64-bit)|
|Healer:||Intel Core i7 930 or AMD FX 6350||Intel Core i7 2700K or AMD Ryzen 7 2700X|
|RAM:||8 GB||16 GB|
|video card:||Geforce GTX 450 1GB, AMD R7250 2GB, Intel Iris Xe G7 Tiger Lake||Geforce GTX 580 1.5 GB or Radeon RX 560 4 GB|
|network:||broadband internet connection||broadband internet connection|
|storage:||4 GB of available space||4 GB of available space|
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