Cities: Skylines is getting a final flurry of DLC releases leading up to the release of its sequel later this year.​

Publisher Paradox Interactive and developer Colossal Order have announced the roadmap for the final set of DLC for city-building game Cities: Skylines. Kicking off on March 22 with the release of the Africa in Miniature, Sports Venues and Shopping Malls DLCs, the roadmap also features a host of new radio stations.

March 22 will also see the release of a free content update, dubbed Hubs and Transport, which as its name might imply is set to improve the transport system in Cities: Skylines and the After Dark, Snowfall, Natural Disasters, and Mass Transit expansions.

In May, Cities: Skylines will see the release of a new content pack themed after the Japanese railroad system, a pack based on Brooklyn and Queens, and an Industrial Evolution DLC. The final DLC part of the roadmap is set to be a mini-expansion, but further details haven’t yet been announced.

This final set of DLC will lead into the release of the recently-announced Cities: Skylines 2, which will be coming to PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X/S this year. The sequel will have a host of new features, including hailstorms and over 150 map tiles.