CITIES: SKYLINES GETS A STEALTH MASS TRANSIT OVERHAUL IN SUNSET HARBOR

The next DLC for Cities: Skylines is called Sunset Harbor, and as the name suggests, it features a whole bunch of new aquatic features – but that’s just a fraction of what’s in the expansion. The meatier parts of the update include a host of additional transportation features to help you build a more robust mass transit system.

Sunset Harbor comes to Steam (and consoles) on March 26 for $14.99 / €14.99. The titular features let you expand your city’s commerce by building a fishing industry with both fishing boats and fish farms. If your city is lacking in water sources, new water treatment plants will let you convert waste water for “additional uses.” (Just don’t think too hard about where it’s been.)

The DLC also expands bus options, with intercity buses to tran...

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Metro Redux is Headed to Nintendo Switch Next Month

Metro Redux will expose Nintendo Switch players to Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light on February 28, 2020.

While Metro Exodus for PC, PS4 and Xbox One is all the rage nowadays, a recent PEGI listing unintentionally revealed the existence of a Metro Redux port for Nintendo Switch. While many would expect this announcement to come during something like a Nintendo Direct, 4A Games and Deep Silver decided to unveiled Metro Redux for Nintendo Switch today, confirming that fans will be able to play Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light on the hybrid console next month.

For those of you that haven’t heard of Metro Redux, it is a package containing two remastered Metro games that originally came out for PC, PS4, and Xbox One in 2014...

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Zombie Army 4: Dead War Gets a New 101 Trailer

Zombie Army 4: Dead War unleashes a new 101 trailer with never before seen footage ahead of the game’s February release date.

With the release of Zombie Army 4: Dead War fast approaching, Rebellion have released a six-minute 101 trailer to help you prepare for the nazi zombie apocalypse. The third-person shooter started out as DLC to the popular Sniper Elite series but became so popular that Zombie Army is now a stand-alone franchise. The action-packed clip features a glimpse at some of the brand new weapons, abilities, locations and enemies, which even includes a zombie shark as well as all the returning favorites such as the notorious X-Ray Kill Cam (now featuring dismemberment).

Dead War picks up where Zombie Army Trilogy left off...

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