Cities: Skylines - Financial Districts, a money-making DLC
Cities: Skylines - Financial Districts is a downloadable content pack or DLC for Cities: Skylines, a 2015 city-building game by Colossal Order. The mod includes a Financial District option, which generates higher taxes than regular office buildings.
Available on Windows, macOS, and Steam, this city-building DLC is similar to Cities: Skylines – Plazas & Promenades. However, it builds on the game’s existing financial assets with banks, skyscrapers, a Stock Exchange, and cash vans. There are various industries to invest in and investments to track with a stock trading app.
What’s new with Cities: Skylines in Financial Districts?
The mainstay of the Financial Districts DLC is the ability to convert commercial areas into Financial Districts. It does this by adding more levels to skyscrapers. Users can enjoy an unlimited supply of money through the Stock Exchange, and the game features a non-content-creator as well as built-in maps.
What are Cities: Skylines FD’s best assets?
Financial Districts comes with bank buildings, which are essentially rehashed Post Offices from the game’s Industries DLC. These are meant to lower crime rates, though a few also bring an aesthetic element (e.g., Skyscraper Bank). The Stock Exchange is the crown jewel of the game, as well as an infinite source of income.
Financial Districts: must-have for Cities: Skylines aficionados
This DLC isn’t free, so it would be hard to envision a user base outside of true-blue Cities: Skylines players with an affinity for making money. Players who enjoy insider trading, investing in bonds, stocks, and crypto, as well as collecting statues and parks as a reward for their business acumen, are bound to take a liking to this DLC.