Cities: Skylines now available in the Windows Store

Kit McDonald

A contender on the simulation scene, Cities: Skylines has created a name for itself as one of the best city management games. Just a month ago, the game had released on Xbox One, nearly two years after its initial release for PC in 2015. Today, the game has also joined the list of video game apps on the Windows Store (via Windows Central.)

Unfortunately, fans that own it on the Xbox One would need to purchase it again for Windows 10. With its release n the Windows Store, it seems Cities: Skylines isn’t intended as an Xbox Play Anywhere title, a blow to those that have looked forward to owning it both on PC and console. However, if consumers are willing to overlook the $39.99 price tag, the game does sync files across platforms.