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Cities: Skylines gets into the festive spirit with Carols Candles and Candy

Cities: Skylines is one of those games that chugs along just under the radar. A good game with a loyal fanbase. However, it never gains that much attention and keeps plugging away in the background. One of those games that you see on Game Pass and mean to give it a shot but never actually get around to it. Well, if you are a fan of the game or need an extra push to take the plunge and try it out, then you might be interested in some new content coming to the game for free.

The new content is called ‘Carols Candles and Candy’. This is slightly false advertising though, as there are no candles or candy included in the pack. However, what you will find is the new DLC are five carols that will be added to the existing radio stations in the game. These tracks are –

  • “The First Noel” by Martin Carlberg
  • “Holy Night” by Jazz in-clave
  • “I Heard The Bells On Christmas Day” by Elijha MotI
  • “Jolly Old St Nicholas” by Lily La Roux
  • “Silent Night” by Houston River Jazz Collective

And the best thing about this new content is that it is completely free! You just have to download it from the Xbox Store. You can check out the official description of Cities: Skylines – Carols Candles and Candy below along with the release trailer for the core game.

Tis the DLCeason! With Carols, Candles and Candy, yule feel right at home with five new Christmas carols remade in multiple genres: Classic Jazz, Latin Jazz, Country, Indie and Indietronica. The songs will be randomly played across existing radio stations once you download the DLC. It’s free! Besides, you can’t prove Chirpy is not a partridge, and Paradox Interactive is spelled with No L. Happy holidays, city-builders.


Steve Clist
Joint Editor-in-Chief at Xbox Enthusiast as well as a contributor for Nintendo Enthusiast and PlayStation Enthusiast. Steve is a musician and gamer who loves sharing his passion for each. You will normally find him at the front of the grid in racing games or on the other end of the kill cam when you've just been killed in a first-person shooter.

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