Cities: Skylines PS4 & Xbox One Versions Get Snowfall DLC, Season Pass

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Cities: Skylines is about to get a whole lot bigger on PS4 and Xbox One. The console versions of the city building simulator are adding the Snowfall DLC, along with a season pass of other DLC content.

First up is the Snowfall DLC. If you haven’t seen this DLC before on PC, it adds snow and rain, new public transit options and much more. Snowfall will be available for consoles starting on Nov. 14, just in time for winter. The DLC will be available for $12.99, or as part of the new season pass available to customers.

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The Snowfall DLC for Cities: Skylines is coming to consoles with a season pass Photo: Paradox Interactive

The season pass, also available starting on Nov. 14, includes six other DLC packs along with Snowfall. These include the Natural Disasters and Mass Transit expansions, the High Tech Buildings and Art Deco content creator packs and the Rock City Radio and Relaxation Station radio station DLC packs. No release information for the DLC has been confirmed. The season pass will cost $39.99.

Not mentioned in the season pass is the recently-announced Green Cities DLC. Adding in pollution and ways to combat it, Green Cities releases for PC, Mac and Linux on Oct. 19. There’s been a long time between the DLC releases for PC and consoles, so Green Cities will probably be making its way to PS4 and Xbox One sometime next year.

If all this sounds exciting and you haven’t secured a copy of Cities: Skylines yet, you might want to hold off. Also available starting on Nov. 14 is Cities: Skylines - Premium Edition. This version will include the base Cities: Skylines game and the season pass in one bundle. The premium version of Cities: Skylines will retail for $69.99. Every copy of the base Cities: Skylines game for PS4 and Xbox One also includes the After Dark DLC for free, which adds a day/night cycle and new policies and zones to create the ultimate nightlife experience.

So what do you think? Are you excited to see all of the previously-released Cities: Skylines DLC make its way to the console versions? What DLC would you like to see next for the city simulator? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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