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1m sales and counting for Paradox’s Cities: Skylines

One of this year’s breakout PC hits has passed a big sales milestone. Cities: Skylines, which was released on Steam last month, has now sold over 1m copies across PC, Mac and Linux in a little over a month. Paradox has also announced that users have created 33,000 mods for …

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5,000 Cities: Skylines mods created within days of launch

The success of city-building hit Cities: Skylines has once again highlighted the power of player-created content on PC. Speaking to MCV in an exclusive interview, COO of publisher Paradox Interactive Susana Meza Graham said: The modding community has just completely embraced the game. I think we had 5,000 mods within …

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Magicka 2 launches next month on PC, PS4

Magicka 2 will launch on PS4 and Windows PC next month, publisher Paradox Interactive has announced. The sequel to Arrowhead’s popular 2011 release will arrive on May 26th for the platforms. A Linux port is planned for later this year as well. With Arrowhead moving on, Pieces Interactive has taken …

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Cities: Skylines surpasses 500,000 sales

Cities: Skylines has run past 500,000 sales in less than a week. The game became Paradox Interactive’s fastest-selling title thanks to it moving 250,000 copies on launch day. The company revealed yesterday that number has now doubled: "Looks like we broke the 500k barrier, HUGE thanks to every single Chirpy …

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Cities: Skylines shifts 250k copies in one day

New city-building title Cities: Skylines has got off to a towering start on Steam. The game, published by Paradox Interactive and developed by Colossal Order, sold 250,000 copies (including pre-orders) across PC, Mac and Linux in its first 24 on sale after its release on Tuesday. The title is seen …

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Paradox scraps RPG title Runemaster

Having revealed title just earlier this year, Paradox has scrapped PC and console RPG Runemaster. After much internal debate we have made the decision to freeze development of the project until further notice and move the development team working on it to other projects within Paradox Development Studio,” COO Susana …

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