Cities Skylines: 1 million copies sold
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Cities Skylines: 1 million copies sold
15 April, 2015

The Paradox Interactive announced that Cities: Skylines sold over a million copies after the last month’s release. The city building game was developed by the Colossal Order studio.

The game published on March 10 is available on Linux, Mac and PC. According to Paradox, the fan base has created more than 33k mods for the game. This content is available for free via Steam Workshop. Since launch Cities: Skylines boasts a steady average of 21,000 concurrent players online. A very impressive feat for a city builder.


Cities Skyline © Paradox Interactive, 2015

In the first 24 hours of release, the game sold more than 250 000 copies including pre-orders.

We are amazed by the amount of players that became fans of Cities: Skylines. Gamers continue to buy our product, which is an achievement for a month old videogame. We express our gratitude for all the support of Cities: Skylines.


Fredrik Wester, CEO of Paradox Interactive



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