Publisher Paradox Interactive says it's "upset that we didn't meet player expectations on performance, platform releases, and functionalities at the start."
The DLC for Cities: Skylines 2 is being pushed back, with the studio instead focusing on performance improvements and bug fixes.
The studio behind Cities: Skylines 2 wants to focus on bigger patches that bring more fixes together rather than smaller, quicker patches.
The studio has also revealed its plans to fix some of the game's performance issues with future updates.
The studio revealed its plans for improving Cities: Skylines 2 in a recent Reddit AMA.
"We will continually improve the game over the coming months, but we also want to manage expectations on performance for the coming release," Colossal Order writes.
"We've learned a lot from the feedback from the community and the wishes from the fans," says Colossal Order's Henri Haimakainen.
"The additional time allows us to focus on matching the quality and performance across all platforms," the developer says.
Check out some of the new options you will have in dealing with electricity, water, and sewage in Cities: Skylines 2, with new options like power batteries and groundwater treatment plants.
Check out the newest trailer for Cities: Skylines 2, which shows off how you can use medical facilities, schools, and other infrastructure to improve the life of your citizens.
Check out the newest trailer for Cities: Skylines 2, which shows off some of the building tools players will get.
The final expansion for Cities: Skylines will focus on allowing players to build expansive tourist attractions.
The sequel is developed in Unity and won't have multiplayer since it "takes an incredible amount of time and resources."
Cities: Skylines is getting a final flurry of DLC releases leading up to the release of its sequel later this year.
Achievements for the Xbox Series X/S version have leaked, revealing all the challenges wannabe city-builders must complete.
Paradox has announced a sequel to its popular city building game. Aptly titled Cities: Skylines 2, it is set to be a visual and gameplay ugprade over its predecessor.
The expansion adds eco-friendly assets and buildings for console players.
Plus a free update with new content for everyone is coming too.
The popular city sim game jumps to the Switch, at last.
All versions and additional content have been discounted till February 12th.