Great news Skylines fans, there’s another expansion coming called Cities Skylines Snowfall and this time it’s focusing on weather. Like the After Dark expansion, some of the weather features will be added to the base game for free such as fog and rain.
The Snowfall expansion will add all the weather and snow which will bring new challenges when trying to keep your city moving. New winter themes structures are being added, a new temperature reading will have to be monitored, new transport such as all-weather trams, snowploughs and more.
There’s no release date yet but hopefully it will be quite soon. Here’s some new shots, a trailer and the full press release can be found below.
In Snowfall, the difficulty heats up when the city cools down, thanks to a new in-game temperature reading that will have residents bundling up for warmth when the weather outside is frightful. Cosmetic weather, composed of rain and fog, will be added to Cities: Skylines as part of a free update, along with other features to be announced soon. Players who own Snowfall will get to face new challenges such as ensuring that their city infrastructure can handle seasonal heating demands � and, when the snow starts falling, that thee roads can stay clear. New snowplow services will be required to prevent traffic from freezing in place, while new all-weather trams and expanded public transit options can help residents and visitors alike get around town and visit the new winter parks and landmarks available in Snnowfall.
Snowfall will include:
- Now is the Winter of This Content: Rain and fog for existing maps, plus a new “Winter” map theme with snow and all of its challenges
- The Streetcars You Desire: Expanded public transportation options, including easier management of existing lines and Trams, a new system demanded by fans
- World Warmth, Too: Cold weather increases demands for electricity, unless new water-based heat systems are in place
- Plowers to the People: Build a snowplow depot to keep traffic flowing during winter weather, and employ new road maintenance systems to keep your streets in shape
- New Chirps: #yeahthereare