Cities Skylines Plazas and Promenades expansion is now available on Xbox, PlayStation and PC

Cities Skylines’ 11th major expansion, Plazas and Promenades, skipped the preamble of the release date announcement for a surprise launch on Xbox, PlayStation, and PC today.

Plazas and Promenades, which was announced in August, brings a new emphasis on pedestrianization to developer Colossal Order’s acclaimed city builder, giving players the tools to add pedestrian-only streets, pedestrian zones, and city-specific policies. The area.

Pedestrian streets can be placed like any other road to create green town centers largely free of vehicles and pollution. These work in tandem with new pedestrian zones which can be complemented by new policies, such as slow driving (reducing the speed limit for all vehicles in the zone to 20 km/h) and street music, that boosts happiness in pedestrian shopping areas at the expense of noise pollution.

Cities: Skylines Plazas and Promenades – Trailer.

Finally, there are three new district specializations – offices, high-density residential areas, and high-density commercial areas – each spawning 24 new buildings with modern visual styles that can be paired with a range of new municipal service buildings.

Plazas and Promenades costs £11.39/14.99 EUR/$14.99 USD and comes with two new content creator packs – Rev0’s Mid-Century Modern and Gèze’s Seaside Resorts, costing £4.79/5, 99 EUR/$5.99 each – plus two new radio stations, Paradise Radio and Shoreline Radio. Players looking to go all-in can get 15% off everything through the Plazas and Promenades bundle, which is also available now.