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Cities: Skylines - Concerts PC

Another add-on to the economy strategy game Cities: Skylines, developed by Colossal Order. This time the player, assuming the role of a mayor, gets a chance to organize a variety of music festivals in their city.

This is Cities: Skylines expansion pack.

Strategy | Economic | sandbox | city builder

PC / Windows
Cities: Skylines - Concerts cover

developer: Colossal Order

publisher: Paradox Interactive

Official website

Game mode: single player

English language game language: English

game release date for PC:

17August2017

Concerts is the subtitle of one of several expansions released for Cities: Skylines, a popular city builder developer by Colossal Order. Just like it was in the original game, which is necessary to run the add-on, Concerts was released for PC

Mechanics

As the name suggests, Cities: Skylines Concerts gives the player, assuming the role of a mayor, a chance to organize a variety of music festivals in their city. Your job is to raise new buildings, where you can invite rockstars, DJs, and pop-folk musicians, as well as manage festivals and run advertising campaigns to publicize the events or secure their budget by introducing new laws.

Expanding the festival area results in a better show and makes it possible to hold more people but remember to have enough funds devoted to security. Of course, all your actions are aimed at increasing the income from selling tickets, which translates to more profit coming onto your virtual account.

The last innovation introduced by Cities: Skylines Concerts is Live a new radio station devoted strictly to music, where you can hear songs by such bands as NESTOR, Elijha MOTi and Lily La Roux.

Technical aspects

Although the graphics in Cities: Skylines Concerts was left unchanged in comparison with the original game, the developer took care to provide some new background music.

PEGI Rating

Age rating. The PEGI rating considers the age suitability of a game, not the level of difficulty.
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