Without a song or a dance, what are we? Abba never actually said, but the clear implication is: not as good as otherwise. Now this missing aspect of your citizens’ lives is finally being added to Cities: Skylines in the Concerts mini-expansion.
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The DLC will let you plan and promote concerts and music festivals in your cities – there are new festival ground buildings, new city ordinances for driving ticket sales, and new laws and budget options to manage and monetise crowds.
You can invite a number of muiscal acts to play in your town, and though the devs have correctly given the release trailer a rock soundtrack, it’s clear that one performer is a Daft Punk tribute band. So, something for everyone.
The Concerts expansion is out now and yours for £4.99 ($6.99). Pick it up on Steam here.
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Here’s the announcement by Paradox.