Cities: Skylines Has Sold Over 12 Million Copies Worldwide

After nearly 7 years, Cities: Skylines sold a whopping 12 million copies across the world.

Cities: Skylines is a game about building a city from scratch. From making effective roads to building a nuclear power plant, this game builds upon the mentality of the player. Although it seems easy to just place a building or highway there, a true player plans everything from the start.

Clearly, this game is not the first of its genre; Cities: Skylines was made to be a competitor for SimCity. Although on the surface both may seem equal, the community favors Cities: Skylines a bit more. While SimCity has a more cartoony and charming aspect with its art style, Cities: Skylines just has a more realistic and plot-driven touch.

Amidst the competition, the major difference is the price. SimCity is free but Skylines has a price tag. This might have given SimCity an early boost, but in recent times Cities: Skylines has had a much higher player count, with over 10,000 concurrent players a day on Steam alone.

With the current success of Cities Skylines, frequent updates, and being one of the largest games of its genre, it has had large success. With this much going for it, we were in the market for good news sooner or later. The game’s official account on Twitter recently posted an announcement claiming to have reached a whopping 12 million copies sold for the game across all platforms.

The company is to celebrate this huge milestone with players all around the world. Them being the leading city-building simulator in the world played an extremely large factor in the birth of this milestone. Players can look forward to any event the game might have for achieving this feat.

Cities: Skylines is the corner office of city-building simulation games. As the game’s player counts soar higher, the community receives more free content, and the developers so in touch with the community. With all this in mind, it’s safe to say the reign of this game will continue much longer.

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