One of 2011's top businness simulations was Paradox Interactive and Colossal Order's Cities in Motion, and they are continuing the series on into 2012 with the announcement of two new cities; San Francisco and New York.
With Germany and Tokyo already adding to the roster of cities that includes Vienna, Helsinki, Berlin, and Amsterdam, the two iconic American locations takes the series to the United States in Cities in Motion: U.S. Cities an expansion due for release January 17th 2012.
Both cities will be available to play in both campaign and sandbox mode and includes five new vehicles, new transportaion types; the iconic cable cars and trolley bus and plenty of American buildings, landmarks and commuters. With a range of new challenges players can either try and serve the City by the Bay as citizens and tourists cross the Golden Gate or the iconic cable cars, or they can attempt to tackle the traffice in the Big Apple making use of trolley buses as they move New Yorkers from borough to borough.
Cities in Motion: U.S. Cities will be available January 17th 2012, in order to play the game you require the full version of Cities in Motion, and if you didn't buy it in the recent Christmas Steam sales, what were you thinking?