Cities: Skylines 2 Teams Up With Big Content Creators For Eight Free Content Packs

Colossal Order has teamed up with some pretty big content creators to bring you eight completely free content packs for Cities: Skylines 2.

Published: October 27, 2023 9:09 AM /


A metropolis skyline in the daytime with the Cities: Skylines 2 logo in front of it

Colossal Order has revealed that it's teamed up with several content creators in order to make eight free content packs for the game.

Known as the Region Packs, these free pieces of DLC were announced earlier today and will be made available via Paradox Mods "soon", according to the developers.

A hospital at night in the base game of Cities: Skylines 2
In addition to Cities: Skylines 2's existing buildings, eight new Region Packs are coming your way soon.

Creators involved in the packs include Titan, RichardShi, and Feindbold, as well as MacWelshman and Badi_Dea, with 35 content creators in total contributing to the DLC.

Each pack will revolve around a different region, and all eight of them combined will include over 2500 assets, according to Colossal Order.

These assets will include buildings inspired by real-life architecture from the eight regions on offer.

We don't yet know everything that will be in the Region Packs, nor do we know when they'll be released, but when they are, you'll be able to get them via Paradox Mods, as with all other user-generated Cities: Skylines 2 content.

Here's a full list of the regions featured in the Cities: Skylines 2 Region Packs.

  • Japan
  • UK
  • East-coast USA
  • West-coast USA
  • China
  • France
  • East Europe
  • Germany

Cities: Skylines 2 was released on October 24th for PC. A release is also forthcoming for PS5 and Xbox Series X|S in spring next year.

At launch, the game was criticized for what many perceived to be its lackluster performance, even on machines that supposedly far exceed the recommended specifications.

Yesterday, Colossal Order and Paradox released the first of many intended performance patches to address these criticisms.

The patch tweaks various parameters, including depth of field, global illumination, and fog, in order to boost Cities: Skylines 2's performance.

Naturally, it doesn't address all of the problems users have reported with the game, but it should at least make some players' experiences a little easier.

Stay tuned for more on all things Cities: Skylines 2.

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