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Get Cities: Skylines and an Amazing 20 Add-Ons For Just $20

Humble Cities Skyline Bundle

Have you ever visited a city and thought… I could do better? Then Cities: Skylines is right up your street and, thanks to Humble, you can get the PC version, complete with a massive amount of DLC, for just $20 as part of this Humble Bundle.

Dubbed the ‘Build For Today, Plan For Tomorrow’ bundle, there are several tiers but if you want to get the most from this fantastic city builder, the top tier will keep you busy for ages.

We reviewed the console version of Cities: Skylines, remarking that it “..offers nearly everything you could want from a city-building sim.” And yet, developer Colossal Order managed to make it even better, with a wealth of paid DLC. And now you can snap up the lions share of that content for a bargain price.

Here’s every add-on that’s included in the $20 tier, on top of the main game.

  • Plazas & Promenades
  • Airports
  • Content Creator Pack: Africa in Miniature
  • Content Creator Pack: Shopping Malls
  • Content Creator Pack: Sports Venues
  • African Vibes
  • Content Creator Pack: Map Pack 2
  • Financial Districts
  • K-pop Station
  • Content Creator Pack: Skyscrapers
  • Mass Transit
  • Content Creator Pack: Heart of Korea
  • Content Creator Pack: Seaside Resorts
  • Content Creator Pack: Mid-Century Modern
  • Content Creator Pack: Map Pack
  • Content Creator Pack: Vehicles of the World
  • Snowfall
  • Natural Disasters
  • JADIA Radio
  • Deluxe Edition Upgrade Pack

There is a Cities: Skylines II in the works, but we’d surprised if it was as content-packed as this. You can buy the Humble Bundle Cities: Skylines bundle here. You’ll receive the items as Steam keys and purchasing this bundle supports Coral Guardian, Oceana, and Direct Relief. The bundle is available from now until Wednesday October 4th.

Weekend Editor // Chris has been gaming since the days of the Acorn Electron, which was allegedly purchased to 'help him with his homework'. You can probably guess how well that went. He’ll tackle most genres – football titles aside – though he has a taste for games that that are post-apocalyptic, horror-oriented or thought provoking in nature.