Paradox Interactive has teamed up with Tencent in order to bring its Chinese-language version of urban-planner Cities Skylines to China.
While China is a big market for the game industry but it is very hard to be successful without the help of a local publisher and that is why Paradox Interactive has teamed up with Tencent.
In cooperation with Tencent, Paradox Interactive is not only bringing Cities Skylines to China but also its space strategy game Stellaris to the Asian country.
Paradox chief executive Fredrik Wester said in the statement that Paradox is the company that develops quality games and they are eager to avail the chance to bring their games to a wider audience.
He further added that it is important for the studio that gamers all over the world should get “same high-quality experience” with their titles.
It’s important to us that gamers everywhere have the same high-quality experience with our titles. Tencent is the biggest game publisher in the world, and we’re glad to have such a capable partner — we know their platforms and their expertise will achieve excellent things for games like Cities: Skylines, Stellaris, and many others to come.
Cities: Skylines is a city-building game developed by Colossal Order for Microsoft Windows, Linux, MAC OS and Xbox One. The game is open-ended city building simulation in which players can plan the urban environment by controlling zoning, road placement, taxation, public services, and public transportation of an area.