Cities Skylines 2: Sound & Music
Hello, everyone, and thanks for joining us again! Today, we’re diving deep into the realm of audio experiences in Cities: Skylines II. Building on the audio foundation laid by its predecessor, the game retains core elements like sounds from City Service buildings, ambient noises, and traffic sounds. Yet, these elements have been enhanced for a richer, more diverse, and nuanced audio landscape. While ambient sounds craft the game’s overall ambiance, sound effects are instrumental in offering dynamic feedback and information.
Beyond these effects, we’ll journey through the creation process of the main menu music for Cities: Skylines II and also touch upon the radio. All in-game music is channelled through the radio feature, which, compared to the original Cities: Skylines, has undergone significant expansions. Additionally, the sequel introduces an array of audio settings, enabling players to customize the audio environment to their liking.
Before we dive deep into the auditory intricacies of Cities: Skylines II, we invite you to preview our feature highlights video below, giving you a taste of the audio journey awaiting you.