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Honest-to-goodness footage of Cities in Motion 2 appears

1:15 PM on 01.28.2013

Jordan Devore

Managing Editor

Debut gameplay trailer

Back at gamescom, Hamza brought us a nice tease of Cities in Motion 2, but the trailer provided was less than satisfactory with its utter lack of gameplay footage. Now, Paradox Interactive has a much improved video for Colossal Order's sequel.

Due out this spring for PC and Mac, the game will once again revolve around putting together an unstoppable transportation network to fuel city growth. This absolutely is the kind of thing you could spend a full day playing, under the right conditions.

Having to deal with increasingly less predictable public-transit commute times theses past couple years, I can't help but wonder if I could do better. Not in real life, mind you, but in a simulation like Cities in Motion 2. If I were a betting man, I'd probably bet against myself.


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