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All 25 Spaces Unlockable

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Expand your city even further! Instead of having nine tiles to play with, there are now a total of 25.

 

The last Milestone (13) adds the permission to buy 17 new areas instead of one (requires a game restart/reload).

Milestones 1-12 and prices are unchanged. 

Achievements are disabled when this mod is activated. 

 

Unzip into ..\Cities Skylines\Files\Mods.

Activate the mod in your game.

 

It’s worth noting that you may need a beefy PC to have all these unlocked areas running smoothly.

 

Created by: Šäaik Klyte on the Steam Workshop




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