Cities: Skylines Natural Disasters adds a calamitous collection of new features to Cities: Skylines, including new systems for disaster alerts and response — and of course the disasters themselves, which can occur randomly, or be triggered deliberately by monstrous mayors who have never liked their citizens. Also added for free are three new in-game radio stations with a set of pleasant city-building tunes; owners of the Natural Disasters expansion will also get emergency broadcasts and early warnings via the radio.
Natural Disasters includes the following features:
- Deep, Impactful Gameplay: Meteor strikes, forest fires, tsunamis, earthquakes, and more will destroy districts and devastate estates
With Great Power Comes Great Response Abilities: Plan for, and respond to, disasters using early warning systems, countermeasures, and new disaster responses such as helicopters and evacuations
This is Not a Test (but it is just a game): New radio systems put the station in devastation with disaster warnings and three free radio stations
An Objectively Good Feature: A series of pre-made scenarios challenge players with various objectives and conditions
Chirpocalypse Now: Sweet new hats for Chirper, man
In addition to Natural Disasters, Paradox has also released additional musical DLC for the game’s new in-game radio feature. The Radio Station Pack, available for $7.99, includes Rock City Radio and Relaxation Station, two of Cities: Skylines most popular radio stations. Whether you’re looking to chill or revving to rock, the Radio Station Pack for Cities console has your ears covered.