Check out the new trailer for more info.
In case you’ve been extremely bummed off of Sin City – whether you hate the game’s oppressive DRM or are just fed up of the overall broken mechanics – then you’re in luck.
Paradox Interactive has just announced that pre-orders are now available for Cities in Motion 2, which will be releasing for the PC and Mac on April 2nd for $19.99. It may not allow for wide-spread control of the city, but at least you can play it offline.
As a bonus for those who pre-purchase the game, you’ll be recipient to the “Modern Collection” DLC that throws in even more trams and trolley buses along with a boat. You also have a new stop type, that helps to reduce congestion by allowing all trams, trolleys and buses to stop at the same place and then switch vehicles.
Cities in Motion 2 will also include cooperative and multiplayer mechanics. You know, separate from the main campaign. Check out the new trailer and head here to to pre-order the game.