Red Bull Metropolis announced for Cities: Skylines in support of the game on Linux, Mac, and Windows PC. Thanks to the efforts of Paradox Interactive and the community. If you haven’t played yet, the games available on Steam, Humble Store, and Paradox Plaza.
Red Bull Metropolis is the first major competitive Cities: Skylines event. Since we will see content creators go head to head to put their urban planning skills to the ultimate test. Taking place on Twitch and YouTube on August 21st. This unique competition design has full support from Paradox Interactive and the Cities: Skylines community. Due to feature a series of refreshing, time limited challenges. The tournament will challenge leading content creators. These include, Biffa Plays Indie Games, quill18, RTGame, and The Spiffing Brit. All in a series of time limited trials. Since this will prove once and for all, who is the ultimate urban architect.
Red Bull Metropolis even will be a series of six challenges. Doing so in the hopes of securing a place in the final. Each challenge will be individually scored with points awarded for completing certain criteria. While players will rank for each challenge and receive points placing them on a league table. After all five challenges are judged, the top two scoring players will compete in the sixth and final challenge. Due to determine the Red Bull Metropolis Champion. Following each challenge, viewers will also get to see City Planner Plays. Who will be offering special expert videos on how to best complete each map. All from a professional City Planner’s point of view. And since we have a few fans of the game in the Linux community. This even could also offer some insight.
Red Bull Metropolis Trailer
The first of its kind competition offers fans of the genre an exciting and unique new way to engage. The iconic city builder event is the newest in a series of creative and unique Red Bull tournaments. These will offering unique twists on traditional formats. Red Bull Kumite is the most prestigious fighting game invitational. The Red Bull Solo Q is a global 1v1 League of Legends event. While Red Bull Flick, is a 2v2 CS:GO competition using custom maps that are the design of Red Bull. Red Bull Metropolis is the first event offering a competitive take on a city building game. Which is also a typically casual genre.
Red Bull Metropolis offers create dazzling maps for the ultimate player experience. Since the sky’s the limit for the creators, as they battle it out across six challenges. Due to requiring them to use their innovation, imagination, and skill. Challenges range from tasking the creators to reduce their city’s traffic. Doing so by building an effective bike network. All the way to saving the city from a Meteor falling from space. All of which must be completed within a 30 minute time limit. Points will be awarded based on a number of in-game factors. This includes creativity, integration, and realism.
A Six Hour Event:
The Red Bull Metropolis six hour tournament will be broadcast live on Twitch and YouTube. Along with other content creators’ channels on August 21st. This format enables fans to watch the way they want. So either on the Red Bull channels together with the gameplay challenges and interviews. Including expert analysis and commentary. Or doing so on their favorite creators’ channel. Letting you see what is happening from their point of view.
Stay tuned for more exciting details around which broadcast talent. They will be joining The content creators live. Due to bring the competition to fans around the world.
“We are always looking for new ways that players can engage with Cities: Skylines (Linux, Mac, Windows PC). And this creative partnership with Red Bull is a wonderful way to bring competition to everyone’s favorite city builder,” said Ebba Ljungerud, CEO of Paradox Interactive.