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Cities: Skylines 2 finally unleashes its huge "Economy 2.0" patch with reworked rent and a fix for death waves, but it'll also kill a bunch of your citizens

Cities: Skylines 2 finally unleashes its huge "Economy 2.0" patch with reworked rent and a fix for death waves, but it'll ...
These rent calculations are a lot to process

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In a major update announced today, Cities: Skylines 2 is undergoing a complete overhaul of its economy, dubbed "Economy 2.0." Developer Colossal Order is removing government subsidies for all cities and making changes to the 'Taxes and Services' and 'Production' panels. However, this comes with a temporary increase in the city's death rate to counter an issue where citizens of the same age end up dying at the same time. The update also introduces a new 'Import City Services' policy and changes to the way schools and workers from Outside Connections function. The update also removes the virtual landlord and introduces a complex new method for calculating property rent. The full patch notes are available on Steam and are described as "utterly gargantuan." For those interested in city builders, check out our guide to the best city builders.

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