Cities: Skylines has sold over 12 million copies of the game on Linux, Mac, and Windows PC. According to details outlined by developer Colossal Order Ltd. and publisher Paradox Interactive. Available on Steam plus a huge discount on Humble Store.
Cities: Skylines is the modern city builder from Colossal Order and published by Paradox Interactive. The game has now sold over 12 million copies on all platforms, since its release in 2015. Cities: Skylines is still evolving with its deep simulation. All while including never ending customizing time and reaching new generations of players.
Cities: Skylines | Celebrating 12M Copies Sold
After launching in 2015, the Cities: Skylines team worked on perfecting the gaming experience. Also releasing 13 expansions, more than 10 radio stations, and bundles. All while offering the complete gaming experience to new and old fans. Modding is another vital part of the game. Letting you build a city from the ground up is easy to learn. But when a community starts to put their work atop that foundation, that’s when a city becomes a place you can call home. Thanks to one of the most active modding communities in the world. And as a result, Cities: Skylines continues to grow and expand in amazing new ways.
“We are grateful for how active is Cities: Skylines community is. And we’re overjoyed to see them sharing their passion for city building games with us.” Said Colossal Order CEO Mariina Hallikainen “It’s been a dream come true seeing the game resonate with so many players during all these years. We keep listening to the feedback we receive. And we are committed to working hard to bring even more joy to our fans in the future”.
Cities: Skylines debuted in 2015 on Linux, Mac, and Windows PC. Steam priced at $29.99 USD / £22.99 / 27,99€. But there is a huge 75% discount on Humble Store, but ending soon.