City building games have made a massive comeback! We’ve had some good ones recently and I’ve got 22 more to show you that are on the way. Hello my name is GamerZakh and welcome to my 22 upcoming PC city building games in 2019 and 2020 list. Now what’s brought the genre back in style is moving away from the traditional, and adding survival or strategy elements. But that’s also prompted a push for the classic too. On the horizon our more unique and impressive developments, with everything from more traditional city-builders, inspired by old favorites, – – to crazy conceptual city simulations that we’ve never seen the likes of before. Well it’s time you put your mayor’s hat on and let me show you what I found, – – and why these lists are known as some of the best out there… First off we have SEED by Klang Games. Humanity is dead, long live humanity! A massive looking project where thousands of players explore online casinos for usa players. Harvest resources, collaborate with other players and conquer new lands in a kind of city-building MMO simulation.
Every interaction you have with the game is meant to have a knock-on effect on the simulation of individuals, your city and the planet itself, – – and working with other players to survive is key. This is the kind of game that sounds way too big and complex to be true. Add on the high level concepts behind it, seed is either a super impressive undertaking or it’s just promising way too much. It’s not even clear what gameplay will be like at the end of the day, but growing cities is in there somewhere. Whether it’s possible or not, seed is an interesting thing to look at and follow, for now at least. Next we have The Architect: Paris by Enodo Games. Take control of Paris and make it your own. This is another game that doesn’t really look like anything else. Here you conquer districts by facing challenges, allowing you to redesign the whole city. Challenges being environmental issues, social problems, population influx and resource management based around the people planet and profit index. You can also create unique architectural designs and share them with others. It’s just kind of hard to describe what the game actually is, and if you’re intrigued you check it out and have a closer look But it may be another one that’s promising too much as it’s a lot to live up to.
The Architect: Paris may turn out to be a unique game, or just an interesting experiment. Either way, it’s something to watch on the horizon. Then we have Metropolisim by Halfway Decent Games. Calling itself a deeply complex, city-building and management game, this urban city-builder boasts zoning, building, traffic and ten million population cities. Made by a solo dev, and inspired by SimCity we can roughly expect how the game will develop, and the aim is to make a better more challenging city builder. Mod support is also planned. So far the game looks decent but as it’s early in development gameplay hasn’t really been shown off.