In case your patience has already worn thin for that other city management simulator (if it hadn’t already) Paradox Interactive has just recently announced the release of the Cities in Motion 2. The game is a transit simulation, yes but is equally challenging in that you must build and sustain an efficient mass transit network for different cities.
The game has been developed by Colossal Order for PC and Mac, and features a large number of new vehicles, transit hubs and even day/night cycles. Paradox has revealed a new trailer showing off said cycles, which you can view above.
Of course, there are other improvements including dynamic cities, a city map editor, a more robust timetable system and many more changes made in response to player feedback (so you can bet that annoying DRM isn’t one of those things).
Cities in Motion 2 is currently available for $19.99 on PC and Mac and can purchased directly from the official website.