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Cities Skylines 25 Tiles Mod

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Cities Skylines 25 Tiles Mod

How to Expand Your City with the Cities Skylines 25 Tiles Mod

If you love building huge and detailed cities in Cities Skylines, you might have felt limited by the default map size. The game only allows you to purchase up to 9 tiles out of 25, which can be frustrating if you want to create a sprawling metropolis. Fortunately, there is a mod that lets you unlock all 25 tiles and enjoy the full potential of the game.

In this article, we will show you how to install and use the Cities Skylines 25 Tiles Mod, which is one of the most popular and well-rated mods on Steam Workshop. We will also answer some common questions and issues that you might have about the mod. So, let's get started!

What is the Cities Skylines 25 Tiles Mod

The Cities Skylines 25 Tiles Mod is a simple but effective mod that changes the limit of purchasable tiles from 9 to 25. This means that you can expand your city beyond the last milestone and cover the entire map with your buildings, roads, parks, and services. The mod does not have any user interface or other features, it just modifies one value in the game engine.

The mod was created by frost, a Steam user and modder who has also made other mods for Cities Skylines. The mod was first released in February 2018 and has been updated regularly since then. As of December 2022, the mod has over 245,000 unique visitors and over 205,000 subscribers on Steam Workshop[^2^]. It also has a very positive rating of 97% from over 1,600 reviews.

How to Install and Enable the Cities Skylines 25 Tiles Mod

Installing and enabling the Cities Skylines 25 Tiles Mod is very easy and straightforward. Here are the steps you need to follow:

Go to the Steam Workshop page of the mod[^2^] and click on the green "Subscribe" button. This will automatically download and install the mod in your game folder.

Launch Cities Skylines and go to the "Content Manager" in the main menu. Select "Mods" on the left and scroll down to find the mod. Check the on/off checkbox to enable it.

Start a new game or load an existing save. You will notice that you can now purchase more tiles after reaching the last milestone (13). You can also enable the mod included with the base game to unlock all milestones from the start if you want to build a large city immediately.

That's it! You can now enjoy building your dream city with all 25 tiles available.

FAQs and Troubleshooting

Here are some frequently asked questions and answers about the Cities Skylines 25 Tiles Mod:

Why only 25 tiles and not more

The game engine was designed to support up to 25 tiles as specified by the official modding API[^2^]. Anything higher requires deeper changes in its core, which could cause compatibility issues or performance problems. By not going higher than 25 tiles, you ensure that your saves will keep working with newer releases of Cities Skylines without depending on the mod being updated if it breaks.

Will this mod work with other mods

Yes, this mod should work with any other mod that does not make changes to the map size or tile limit. However, some mods might conflict with each other or cause errors, so it is always recommended to check their descriptions and comments before installing them. You can also use a mod manager like Loading Screen Mod to detect and resolve any issues.

Will this mod disable achievements

Yes, enabling any mod will disable achievements in Cities Skylines. This is a feature of the game itself and not related to this mod specifically. However, if you still want to earn achievements while using mods, you can use another mod like Achieve It! to re-enable them[^2^]. Please note that we have no affiliation with ec8f644aee


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