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Cities in Motion 2 is Out Today

Apr 02, 2013

Paradox Interactive, a publisher of games and qualifier for a frequent rider discount, today released Cities in Motion 2, the transit simulation and design game for PC and Mac from Colossal Order Ltd. Cities in Motion 2, which is available today at digital retailers worldwide, will challenge players with the task of designing, building, and maintaining an efficient and affordable mass transit network for a variety of growing, dynamic cities. A new launch trailer has also been released, offering a glimpse at new features in the sequel such as vivid day/night cycles, new vehicles and transit hubs, and more.

Don’t miss the train, watch the launch trailer for Cities in Motion 2 here:

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Cities in Motion 2 now up for Pre-Order, offers incentives

Mar 19, 2013

Paradox Interactive, a publisher of games and owner of bus passes, announced today that pre-orders are now available for Cities in Motion 2, their forthcoming transit simulation and design game for PC and Mac. Players can pre-purchase the dynamic strategy title now from the game’s new website, located at www.citiesinmotion2.com.Cities in Motion 2 is scheduled to launch on April 2, 2013 for $19.99.

As a bonus for all pre-purchases of Cities in Motion 2, early adopters will receive the “Modern Collection” DLC which includes additional trolley buses, trams, and a boat for water lines. The Modern Collection also introduces a new stop type, which allows trams, buses, and trolleys to share the same stop and allow passengers to switch vehicles with ease, and therefore minimize congestion.

To purchase Cities in Motion 2, check out www.citiesinmotion2.com/buy

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Cities in Motion 2 – First Trailer with In-Game Footage

Jan 28, 2013

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Cities in Motion 2 announced

Aug 14, 2012

Paradox Interactive has just announced Cities in Motion 2 at Gamescom. We reviewed Cities in Motion a while back and gave it 4/5 stars, citing its refreshing look at city simulation as one of its strong points. Colossal Order has done a great job since the release providing patches for stability, as well as some great DLC to expand the game even further. Cities in Motion 2 is looking to add even more, including more vehicle and design options, as well as custom timetables, and even some multiplayer in the mix. We’ll be following this as we have more information. For now, the announcement trailer and press release is below.

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