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Discussion in 'Other Games' started by Mullethead, Apr 1, 2018.
Junction improvement with QUANTUM0
just bought yesterday, spend around +/- 5 hours on this
Sorry for the bump
I need a suggestion from you guys-
Should I get the Mass transit or Parklife DLC?
P.S. I'm making a city based on Philadelphia and Baltimore with TONS of mods. I'll post pics when i'm a bit farther along, becuse I just finished up laying down some of the highways.
Well, if you want to have a more realistic gameplay, I'll say you should go try the Mass Transit DLC.
By the way, when I can finally get my game to be played with, I'll try doing a Mexican city or town.
Definitely check out 220's bordertown series.
Didn't do the Mexican town, but I might sometime this year or next year.
I also took my first C:S picture in a long while.
I tried Cs without mods and making nice looking cities:
Still working on it.
To save space I decided to uninstall cities skylines and remove all my mods since I have not used cities skylines for quite a time now, but I have made a collection which I will continue to add on to. It composes mostly of modern architecture, if anyone is interested have a look around it and you might find just the mod for you.
I couldn't find a better picture, lol
Oh look, a new expansion's coming. Definitely looking forward to it.
Also, I'm pretty excited that C:S is finally going to have school buses. I spotted this in the second Fluxtrance tutorial video.
C:S lacking school buses, at least ones that behave like school buses, always bothered me for some reason.
Anyone know how I can fix my "very minor" traffic problems?
, or use roundabouts everywhere
More or less this
Also don't have your intersections in your screenshot like that ever. Make the onramp part of the offramp intersection.
Roundabouts in skylines only work if they themselves don't get clogged. They can be worse off then a normal intersection by complete stoppage.
Edit: A diamond interchange is another way that might work.
How you say makes me think it is pretty cool, but if I even get it, I don't even think it'll run because I play Beam and X-plane at absolute minimum graphics and I am still running the PC at it's limits.
I don't know, it is not necessarily very heavy game to run, it just is that game runs poorly on any hardware at least if zoomed in close.
I got some 50fps when zoomed in close to very tiny town, i7-8086k @ 4.8Ghz with gtx 1080, but CPU is mostly resting, GPU is definitely resting, game just don't do very good job at using the hardware. That is maxed out graphics and 1080p, running lower graphics is not really changing much of anything for me, not sure how it runs with lower end hardware, but I would think it runs the same, there just is serious flaw in how game is coded and what I understood there are no plans to fix it.
Zoomed out game runs better then, but performance difference between different hardware might just not exists in that game, with bigger cities it might run slow for everyone.
There is option of vsync at half the refreshrate which actually might make sense on that game, 30fps might be just fine with and consistent fps is probably better than jumping between 40 and 60 for example.
If you play by looking from far, game is quite light to run, CPU and GPU clocks drop down (See how beautiful bottleneck city I have crafted, not sure what traffic problems you talk about ) :
But when you zoom in, that is where trouble starts, at least with maxed out graphics, game starts getting bit CPU heavy and bit GPU heavy, but still is not really using either fully and yet manages to drop below 60fps, it might be that there is no batching and issue is kind of similar to old BeamNG versions, but just more pronounced.
I find it bit ridiculous that fairly high end overclocked gaming rig struggles so badly in keeping 60fps, but that is how that game is, but don't worry about it too much, put half blank option on from vsync and it should run just fine with fairly low end computers, at least when zoomed out a bit.
I get some 1100fps on loading screens with vsync off though.
There is another thing to consider with this game though.
Game crashes at times, for example I did build whole new district there, but it is not there anymore as game did crash and I had not saved it recently enough. I don't even have mods installed, but it crashes at times, only game that does that, so I think developers have been quite lazy with optimization and fixing issues, so I would get it only cheaply on sale, like 7 euros max.
Considering how popular game is and how many DLC they have sold, such basic issues and flaws should of been fixed, imo. So while game is fun, do save often and know that it has some flaws from poor optimizations.