All Cities: Skylines DLCs, Ranked

Are you more of a After Dark or Natural Disasters type?

There are many DLCs available for purchase in Cities: Skylines, so many so that it can be hard to keep track of what each one offers. While you may be familiar with some, there may be others that can be confusing to understand. Are they providing more in the way of gameplay or aesthetics? Check our list below for the ranked DLCs, broken up into three useful categories.

Best For Shaking Things Up

For some players of Cities: Skylines, enhanced mechanics or additional assets can be nice, but they may not change the general vibe of the game enough to be satisfying. This list below is our top ten DLCs (from least to best) for making your game feel new and fresh.

  1. Carols, Candles, and Candy
  2. Sunny Breeze Radio
  3. Snowfall
  4. On Air Radio
  5. Vehicles of the World
  6. Match Day
  7. Concerts
  8. Green Cities
  9. Natural Disasters
  10. After Dark

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Best For Improved Expansion

Some Cities: Skylines fans are mainly interested in building, improving, expanding, and eventually perfecting their cities. This list, ranked from blah to excellent, gives the best DLCs for those who want their additional content to function on added functionality and mechanics.

  1. Natural Disasters
  2. High-Tech Buildings
  3. Green Cities
  4. Campus
  5. Sunset Harbor
  6. Parklife
  7. Airports
  8. Industries
  9. Mass Transit
  10. Train Stations

Best For Aesthetic Additions

Sometimes, players aren't that concerned with improved expansion or a fresh feel in gameplay. They may be perfectly happy with their current features in Cities: Skylines. They just want a game that looks nice! These DLCs on the list below provide the mediocre to the perfect when it comes to making your world more beautiful.

  1. University City
  2. Parklife
  3. Carols, Candles, and Candy
  4. Deluxe Edition Upgrade
  5. Campus
  6. High-Tech Buildings
  7. Snowfall
  8. Art Deco
  9. European Suburbia
  10. Green Cities

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