Harsh DRM always encourages pirates to download copies of a game but it appears Paradox’ approach to making sure there’s a supply of free content could keep the Cities: Skylines pirates away. In case you missed the Tweets from Paradox’s Shams Jorjani at the end of last week, he explained:
There’s been a lot of discussion about the Cities Skylines simulation since the game launched with players concerned about workers not getting to work, traffic, and so on. A post from Colossal Order’s Kaorliina Korppoo, who is Lead Designer on the game, sheds some light on the mechanics which should help players understand the game a little better and help them make decisions.
It’s time for another Cities Skylines video developer diary from the devs and in this one they discuss the game’s many features, including the great water system, zoning, economy and more. If there was one video that’s been released so far that could convince you to take the plunge for next week’s release, it’s this one.
The Cities Skylines dev team have hit the Reddit AMA subreddit and are now taking as many questions as possible. If you have any burning questions that have not already been covered in the numerous dev updates and forum posts recently then I suggest you head over and get them in now. With any luck your question will be answered.