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All Differences between NA and EU in Cities Skylines 2

What style will you go for?
Cities Skylines 2
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For all you builders out there, Cities Skylines is a builder’s dream game because of how easy it is to decorate and build your own city. You’ll be able to set policies and find different ways to have your city thrive.

Lately, there has been talk that Northern American and European themes are vastly different from one another. Is there really a huge difference? Would you want to create a European city or a Northern American city? Here are all the differences between NA and EU in Cities Skylines 2.

What’s the Difference in NA and EU in Cities Skylines 2?

The only differences that we’ve noticed between the NA and EU cities are the cosmetic changes in buildings. There isn’t a change in gameplay or something that will drive you to want to have a European or Northern American city. The buildings will have different appearances, and there will be some objects that differentiate between the two themes, but other than that, it’s all cosmetic.

Did you know that some objects will be locked when you first start the game? In order to see some of these cosmetic changes, you’ll want to unlock various items. The locked items in the game are vehicles, traffic signs, road signs, and road markings.

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How to Switch Themes in Cities Skylines 2?

If you’re tired of seeing Northern American landscapes and buildings and you want to switch teams, here’s what you need to do. First, you’re going to want to click on zones or landscaping to find all of the different objects. There will be a button you can click that allows you to filter between European items and North American items. Once you have decided what you want to place, just place it freely on the map.

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Jazmine Corniel

Jazmine Corniel has been a freelance writer at Game Journalist since May 2022. She has an AA in journalism and is working towards a degree in digital communications. She has five years of professional writing experience and social media management. Her GJ coverage includes The Sims 4, Genshin Impact, Honkai Star Rails, and World of Warcraft alongside other live service games. In her free time, you’ll find her playing The Sims 4, voice acting, singing in musicals, and traveling.

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