Cities: Skylines was released earlier this year and has been very well received by both gamers and critics alike. If your city is growing bigger and better everyday then you may, or may not, be excited to learn that the Natural Disasters expansion is set to be released next week.
Set to launch on Nov. 29, the Disasters DLC will see your city have to survive the full force of earthquakes, tornadoes, fires, meteors, and floods. In order to save their cities, players must take precautions to ensure their city is ready for such devastation. The disasters can be manually triggered, good news for those who just want to watch the world burn.
A dev diary video has been released showing players what to expect:
The expansion will include Scenario Mode, which will allow players to make challenges and share them via the Steam Workshop. The DLC will be $15.
Publisher Paradox also recently announced that Cities: Skylines has sold over 2 million copies since its release.