Most business simulation games have high CPU usage in the middle and late stages, but Cities: Skylines, with its huge amount of detailed data, is one of the best.
This has led to the game being dubbed "CPU stress test" by many players.
Today, Paradox released the first trailer for Cities: Skylines 2,Announced that the game will be released later this year on PC, Xbox and PS5, as well as an XGP subscription service.
Unfortunately, so far, P has only released a short CG video, not actual footage of the game.
Judging from this CG clip, Skyline 2 should continue a generation of basic gameplay with new features like seasonal changes.
At the same time,Given the game's abandonment of the last generation of console platforms, the game's graphic performance is likely to be further improved and more realistic.
However, given the number of complex models and light environments in a city, it is unlikely that Skyline 2 will introduce ray-tracking technology.
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