Cities: Skylines Mass Transit expansion drops on May 18 for Steam, gets new trailer

Paradox Interactive has released a brand new trailer for Cities: Skylines' upcoming expansion, Mass Transit, revealing its release date and price. As seen in the trailer above, the expansion is supplementing the range of mass transportation systems available for players to build in their cities.

The Colossal Order-developed city builder has been hugely successful on PC since its release back in 2015, selling over 3.5 million copies on the platform. The developer is also gearing up for the game's debut on Xbox One, later this month.

The paid expansion's new transportation options include cable cars, ferries, monorails, and blimps, along with a mass transit hub building. Multiple transits can be connected to the latter structure, allowing seamless passenger exchanges without the need for numerous stations of each transit type.

The expansion's full feature list provided by Paradox Interactivecan be found below:

  • Sick Transit, Glorious Money: Add a wealth of new transit options to your city, and add wealth to your city’s income! Let your citizens get across town in ferries, blimps, cable cars, and monorails!
  • Orderly Hub, Bub: New mass transit hubs can bring all of your services together, letting citizens change rail lines in one building, or hop from the bus onto the ferry, or even find their way through a sprawling monorail-train- metro station.
  • Become a Roads Scholar: Explore a set of new challenge scenarios focused on solving traffic problems and adding new transit systems. New road types, bridges and canals adds variety to your city, and new ways to solve its challenges. Become an expert in traffic flow, and then use that knowledge to improve your city!
  • New Hats for Chirper: NEW. HATS. FOR CHIRPER. (And also new unique buildings, policies and achievements. But HATS!)

Cities: Skylines' Mass Transit expansion is rolling out May 18 for $12.99 on Steam, giving players plenty of time to start clearing up some space in their cities for the new transit systems.

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