Paradox Interactive today announced that “Snowfall,” a weather-focused expansion for Cities: Skylines, in now available on the Xbox One and on Windows 10. Snowfall, the first expansion of many to release for Cities: Skylines on these platforms, adds a new set of special “Winter” maps to the game which challenge mayors to keep the roads clear and the neighborhoods warm in the face of cold weather.
Snowfall is available today as an individual purchase for a suggested retail price of $12.99, or as part of the Cities: Skylines Season Pass, which includes seven different pieces of DLC for a suggested retail price of $39.99. Snowfall will also release for the PlayStation 4 console on November 21, 2017.
Snowfall is an expansion for Cities: Skylines, the award-winning management game that puts you in control of a growing metropolis. In Snowfall, your city can be covered in snow or glisten in the rain with in-game weather – which adds new challenges as well. Add snowplows to clear your streets, and help citizens keep warm in the storm with city-wide heating systems. New public transit options also help residents get across your city, rain or shine.
- The Streetcars You Desire: New public transit options, including street trams and easier management of existing lines
- World Warmth, Too: Cold weather increases demands for electricity, unless new heat systems are in place
- Now is the Winter of This Content: Rain and fog as a free update for all players, plus a “Winter” map theme for DLC owners with snow and new challenges – snowplows, road maintenance, and more.