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Cities in Motion 1 and 2 arrive on Linux, including DLC

By Andrew Powell, published 10/01/2014 in News

Just mere days after Paradox Interactive announced the Cities in Motion franchise was coming to Linux, it has already arrived! Both Cities in Motion 1 and 2 have landed on Linux, including all currently available DLC content.

Normally, I'd leave upcoming or just released gaming news to others such as the fine folks over on, but as this event was quite a surprise and fairly exciting to Linux gamers, it seemed worth an article on it's own.

Coinciding with the penguin-compatible releases is also the new Cities in Motion 2 DLC, Marvellous Monorails. As I reported in my original article after the Linux support announcement, there was originally no release date provided, so naturally one could have expected a bit of a wait.

But incredibly, both Cities in Motion games have already arrived along with the new DLC, which is a great credit to Paradox Interactive.

For more information or if you wish to purchase the games, head on over to the Paradox Interactive website.

It's also worth noting that with the releases, both Cities in Motion games have a sale on Steam, currently around 50% off! If you're a Linux gamer hanging out to try simulation games such as these, it may be a great time to do so.

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