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Cities: Skylines is coming to Switch

Paradox Interactive announced today at Nintendo Direct that Cities: Skylines is now available on Nintendo Switch. Marking the publisher’s first foray into a portable platform, Cities: Skylines – Nintendo Switch Edition is on track to deliver superior entertainment wherever players want to play.

A modern take on a classic city builder originally created by Colossal Order, Cities: Skylines allows players to realize the thrill and hardships of creating and maintaining a real city. Complete with fully realized transport and economy systems to cement the city simulation experience. Cities: Skylines is designed to suit any play style – and now, any time, anywhere.

More portable than ever, the new Nintendo Switch edition of this fan-favorite city builder comes complete with UI designed especially for Nintendo Switch, along with two of Cities: Skylines’ most popular expansions – After Dark and Snowfall. Taking advantage of the platform’s unique capabilities like HD Rumble, the Nintendo Switch edition also features advanced tutorials and Pro Controller support.

“Cities is the first Paradox title on any Nintendo platform, and we are extremely eager to get the game out to Switch players. This is an exciting opportunity for the game – for us internally, for current players, and for new players to come. It’s very cool to experience a portable version of Cities: Skylines, so players can now carry their city with them, finding inspiration wherever they go. Imagination is the only limit. We can’t wait to see what players dream and build up.” said Sandra Neudinger, Product Manager from Paradox Interactive.

Also available for PC, Mac, Linux, Xbox One and Playstation 4, Cities: Skylines is finally making its much-anticipated portable debut today on Nintendo Switch.

Source: Paradox Interactive press email

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