Natural Disasters features a catalog of catastrophes to challenge mayor-players everywhere, including planning with early warning systems and emergency routes, devastating and destructive disaster effects, and caring for the populace as they struggle to rebuild.Read full description
Natural Disasters features a catalog of catastrophes to challenge mayor-players everywhere, including planning with early warning systems and emergency routes, devastating and destructive disaster effects, and caring for the populace as they struggle to rebuild. The expansion will also update Cities: Skylines with a new scenario editor and gameplay mode, allowing players to finally win – or lose – the game on their own terms.
Natural Disasters will include:
This dlc is perfect for any sadistic gamer who finds is fun to let people die just for your enjoyment.Like me ! Best game ever
I am continually impressed by Cities Skylines updates and expansion packs. Each expansion is feature rich and builds on ALL of the base features. most all of the fluff features (like themes) are included in free updates, but even the free updates have added features! For instance the full landscaping tools, that was free, the Natural Disasters expansion has earthquakes and sinkholes, and you must to use the landscape tools to repair the damage. Natural disasters also includes buildings like a Radar tower so you can get advance warnings of storms, storm shelters for people to go to, and emergency response buildings. I was not expecting so many additional and useful buildings! The one con I have with this expansion is that the random disasters setting is a game wide setting and not specific to individual city. So if you have an old city that you want to keep growing disaster free you must remember to disable the disasters before playing it. Conversely if you start by playing one of the disaster scenarios it will have the disasters turned on, but then on save and reload it will ask you if you want to turn the global setting on, it just seems odd to me, nothing major.
Natural Disasters finally adds what many people have been waiting for, what some remember most from the old Sim City games, disasters that will destroy your city and bring suffering to your citizens. The DLC adds a nice variety of disasters including tsunamis, storms, tornados, sinkholes, collapsing buildings, meteors, and earthquakes. Each disaster is created well on the map and can make for an exciting things to watch, or terrible thing if it comes at a bad time. These can either be called in or can be left to happen at random with certain buildings being able to detect incoming disasters. You will need to clear destroyed buildings and roads and try to set up buildings that can help with disasters once your population level is high enough. A free update to the game included a new scenario editor so if this is what you have been waiting on to buy the game then now is a good time.
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