Cities: Skylines Coming To PlayStation 4

Cities: Skylines Coming To PlayStation 4

Cities: Skylines Coming To PlayStation 4

In addition to bringing the game to PS4, publishers Paradox Interactive and Deep Silver recently made the Xbox One release of the game available at retail.

One of the most popular CRPGs of the modern day, Pillars of Eternity is making the jump from one C (computer) to the other (consoles).

After the handsome edition for Xbox One, Paradox Interactive has announced that Cities: Skylines will be released on PlayStation 4 August 15, 2017.

Cities: Skylines Coming To PlayStation 4
Cities: Skylines Coming To PlayStation 4

Pillars of Eternity originally released back in March 2015 to the tune of an average Metacritic score of 89. Pillars of Eternity II has been announced for PC only, so far. No features have been shaved down from either game, so it's healthy to see a developer taking a hit on the PC and moving it to console. The fact that it's coming to Xbox One is simply mind-blowing. It's no surprise that many consider Pillars of Eternity Obsidian's best game to date. This may seem like a small improvement, but it makes all the difference.

According to Paradox, Pillars of Eternity: Complete Edition will include a broad selection of character options, award-winning story and writing, and a rich, original world realized in gorgeous artwork and animation.

It is important to note, though, that the Complete Edition for the console is not any sort of remaster. The game won't hit streets until August 29, but you can preorder on the Xbox Store now.

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