Road tools in Cities Skylines 2, explained


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    I remember downloading a bunch of mods just to get my Cities Skylines roads to work the way I wanted. However, with Cities Skylines 2, some of the biggest mods were inspired and made their way into the actual game, such as Road Tools. I played with the Road Tools feature and I’ll tell you all about it below.

    How do road tools work in Cities Skylines 2?

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    Grid mode in Cities Skylines 2

    If you’re like me and have a hard time filling a rapidly growing city, Cities Skylines 2 adds an entirely new grid mode, allowing you to create multiple city blocks in a short time, so you can see your city enlarged in a matter of a few clicks. Whatever path you believe, you can choose Includes plumbing and electricity within the you never have to see loose cables in your city again.

    Parallel mode in Cities Skylines 2

    If the road layout doesn’t work for you or creating roads seems like too much work, don’t worry, because Cities Skylines 2 has a Parallel mode, which allows you Create a path parallel to the one you have been building.which makes it much smoother to let the traffic flow rather than getting tangled up when creating the road on the other side.

    Parking in City Skylines 2

    I remember having to install a bunch of mods in Cities Skylines to have a decent looking parking lot, and even if I had modified the parking lot, it didn’t always work perfectly. In Cities Skylines 2, however, parking lots and parking facilities are implemented in the base game.

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    Other new road features in Cities Skylines 2

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    TO road manager is included in Cities Skylines 2, allowing you to change virtually every aspect of the road, such as which road a car can turn onto, which intersection to take, and the presence of traffic lights and various road signs.

    The game also does create intersections pretty easy, which is one of my favorite changes. Regardless of whether you place a real road or pedestrian path on top of an existing one, connect them automatically in the best way, and the pedestrian path will itself create a pedestrian crossing.

    The game also includes a Road maintenance depot as a way to create a more interactive game with the roads as car accidents occur, roads wear out over time, and traffic increases due to such incidents. In short, Cities Skylines 2’s road tools are as good as they look on paper, making life much easier, with no modifications required.

    For more information on Cities Skylines, be sure to check out Cities Skylines 2 building upgrade system explained here at Pro Gaming Guides.


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