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.
Thanks to all who participated in the Cities in Motion giveaway! The winners, selected by random.org are as follows:
Congrats to the winners! You will be contacted shortly if you haven’t been already with your codes redeemable on Steam via e-mail, Facebook, or Twitter (from @savingcontent). Look forward to more contests in the future!
Thanks to Paradox Interactive, we have five copies of the recently released Cities in Motion to give away! This game was reviewed last month on our site, and received a very strong 4.5/5 and our site’s value rating of $17.99 out of $19.99 MSRP. Check out our review here.
To Enter, post a comment below. For fun, post about a city you’d like to see in a traffic simulation game, and what challenges you’d run into when managing that city. Make sure you have a way for us to contact you if you win. Winners will be contacted by e-mail after the contest ends and will be announced. If you win, you can redeem the code through Steam for PC.
I’ve been a fan of transport simulation games for ages. One of the first games I remember playing when I was younger was Transport Tycoon Deluxe, where you run a transportation company, shipping goods around, hauling passengers, and build your road / rail / airport infrastructure. When I heard about Cities in Motion, I got excited – it’s a slightly different game than what’s out there, where you’re managing the transportation needs for the population of the city, ranging through the years. Does Cities in Motion, Colossal Order Ltd’s first game, fill the void in the transportation simulation niche? The answer is an absolute yes.