Building an Industrial Harbor with Woody Powers | Tutorial | Cities: Skylines



hello and welcome to another City skylines tutorial with me woody powers collaborating with Paradox Interactive to show you how to build an impressive looking industrial seaport and rail yard combination here on the official city skylines youtube channel so i have started working on a brand new city in front of the highly anticipated release of industries what you are seeing today comes from xbox but it works the same for PlayStation and PC and now that Industries is here I am so excited let's get to work building a great looking industrial seaport connected to an industrial rail yard while making it aesthetically pleasing as any player knows industrial areas can be tricky becoming the catalyst for major traffic jams and pollution issues so today we want to take you from this to this yes an area is so clean and cool you would be proud to take your mom on a tour I already have my roadways and highways laid out in advance designed to keep those trucks moving with loads of things we've build in our city like smartphones and frozen fish sticks however combining the Seaport to the rail yard can be a challenge the best place to begin is by creating our Harbor area with keys being the key let's start by going to the landscaping menu grab our keys and make a border for this Harbor alright I like the way this looks now once we've got those seawalls in place we want to head on over to the transportation menu look for the cargo hub and we'll just scan around looking for the perfect place I think this will do however before we plop it down we want to make sure to double check the route of our cargo ships looking for a clear line of sight we don't want a Titanic size disaster as those ships roll in there we go two cargo hubs is going to fill this space nicely so let's go back to the transportation menu and plop down this cargo train terminal which will be the hub of our railway and then next we are going to complete our rail line I like to use a central line so that we can connect the cargo hub like I'm doing here and then connecting a line to our cargo train terminal we'll move back to our cargo hub and connect that track as well to create a symbiotic industrial area okay now that ships and trains can move freely we want to build up that industrial area but it does not have to look like the inside of a microwave of work or the floor of a college dorm room no industrial areas can look neat and clean and become the envy of your city hack number one plop some tiles from the Parklife menu before building filling in the area like I'm doing here then you just move on over grab some yellow industrial tiles let's zone that and just let it grow like a beautiful flower so what if my own personal tricks is adding one or two office tiles most factories have an office space for accountants and Human Resources and managers and I think growing a small office building hats nicely to our industrial concept then I like to finish off the area with some fences and some props from the new industrial DLC throw in some trees man I'm gonna grab my resume and apply to work at this Factory I love the way it looks by the way I suggest keeping your factories at a distance apart to help you avoid pollution and traffic issues it also helps to make several smaller industrial areas around your city okay let's complete this area by having a few unique factories from the industries menu I love that one and a few more probable storage areas we're also going to add in a bunch of fences to keep people from stealing our industrial secrets and we are going to plop a lot of trees around the entire area so that it looks like it qualifies for the new reality TV show city's Got Talent here we go tea bees bathing suits and bananas arriving daily by sea and being distributed by trucks and trains Hey thank you so much for watching today more tutorials to come and make sure to subscribe down below

Maps & Policies with Two Dollars Twenty | Industries Tutorial Part 5 | Cities: Skylines



g'day guys was 20 here and welcome back to seas skylines industries today we're gonna take a look at the new industrial policies as well as having a look at the new maps there's three new industrial policies you can find them by clicking on the industrial area and then clicking on the policies tab each policy is designed to improve your industry in some way one increases a storage and capacity of the buildings one improves the health of workers and the other one improves the production output all of these policies have a cost so you do have to figure out whether the effect is going to be worth the expense I'm gonna add a mixture to each one of my industries first up I'm going to start we've rosewood farmlands and stri and improve the storage of the buildings because we're producing quite a lot around here crest woods is producing paper very slowly and at a bit of an expense so I'm going to try increasing the production rates and then also removing an expensive paper factory and hopefully that will improve things and then lastly for my big polluting industrial companies I'm going to improve work safety supervision to hopefully improve the health that's down here leaving dollar town now and we're going to take a look at the new maps available with the DLC there are five new maps that can choose from all ranging in different themes and all have their own unique challenges and rewards some are rich of oil some are rich of forest some have very low fertile land and some have a mixture the terrain on each map is quite different some does vast plains and some are quite mountainous but each map is very unique and always has some sort of unique element to it which I'll let you discover them for yourselves hope you've enjoyed this tutorial I'll see in the next one see you later

Industry Levels with Two Dollars Twenty | Industries Tutorial Part 4 | Cities: Skylines



getting a sauce 20 here and welcome back to city skylines industries today we're gonna take a look at the industrial main buildings now these are the buildings you place down in an industrial area that then turned those areas into the specialist industry and those main buildings are all unique and actually level up and change as the industrial area improves and grows when I first plopped down in Rosewood farmland it was only at a level one but as the city's been expanding and as I've been adding to this farm the farmers leveled up and now it's at a maximum of level five to find out more information about this you can click on the industrial area which opens up a window that shows you all the stats up top and I can say that nothing's important everything is home growing I can see where crops are going and how much money is made from animal products and flowers and down below gives you a pretty good idea how much profit you're making and how many people are on site however rosewood farmland is at a level five because it's actually a pretty good industrial area it's in a great location there's plenty of workers around and the production is keeping up with the demand unfortunately I can't say the same for born up hits it's been cycle level 3 for ages and we've produced enough resources but the work account is still under 500 which means I probably have to zone some residential around this area now any logical player would do that however I'm the sort of player that values the aesthetics of this city rather than the functionality of it so I'm gonna waste all my money building oil industry somewhere else when I place down a new main building a always make sure it's on a main road so that service vehicles can access it pretty easily and voila a new industrial area has been built and you can actually see the difference between the level one main building and the level 3 building which is pretty cool and who knows maybe the next time you watch this it'll be a level 5 main building but I guess we'll have to see what happens I'll see them

Industry Areas with Two Dollars Twenty | Industries Tutorial Part 1 | Cities: Skylines



g'day guys and welcome to the newest City skylines expansionpak industries my name is Jose 20 and I'm collaborating with Paradox Interactive to bring you guys some tutorials on the newest DLC now before I get started let me introduce you to my CV that I've been working on over the last couple of weeks this is dollar town pretty happy with it but I think it's about time I started expanding out the industrial areas with the industry's expansion pack you have access to four industrial areas forest farming or an oil industry for your industrial area to function correctly you first need to find the natural resource that matches your industry in this case I'm building a farm so I need to find some fertile land somewhere in my map once I've found the best place I can then paint down the industrial area just like a would a regular district or a park area to turn your industrial area into the correct industry specialist if they need to go to the garbage and Industry icon find the correct industry so I'm going to farming and then you need to place down a main building and what that does it turns that area into the correct industry area and now that I've done that I've got access to all the other farming buildings that I can start placing down you might actually notice that none of these is ownable all these buildings are palpable and they all are intertwined and work together within the production chain which I'm going to get into in the next episodes but basically all these sort of work together and they're really important that's part of the industry and I'm gonna do the same process for the other industrial areas wherever I can find any natural resources on this map I'm gonna replace and down there industrial area districts and watching that industry grow but that's pretty much it for this tutorial guys thanks so much for tuning in and I'll see you in the next one see you later

Supply Chain with Two Dollars Twenty | Industries Tutorial Part 2 | Cities: Skylines



g'day guys toast 20 here and welcome back to City skylines industries in today's tutorial we're gonna check out the production chain feature which allows us to customize and manage the way that industry flows into city from harvesting raw resources all the way up to the production of luxury and special goods I'm gonna start with my forestry industry I'm harvesting raw forest products and I'm storing it within this little storage unit though I can see it's getting pretty full so I'm going to expand it by adding a couple more storage areas and you can actually see the raw forest products being transported to the storage units but at this stage we're only exporting that raw products we're not actually exporting anything extra so I'm gonna add a sawmill which takes the raw resources and turns it into plain timber and now my city is producing raw forest products and plain timber to make sure that there's always enough resources on hands and that we're not over stocking I'm gonna place down some more storage and of course if anything like me don't forget to waste all your money place it down some trees the cool thing about the production chain is that it doesn't actually have to be within the industrial area to function I'm gonna make another industrial area closer to the city and this one's gonna focus on producing paper and to make sure there's a nice flow from the production of the paper to its sitting on the shelves of the shops I'm gonna place a warehouse down the road in the heart of the sea that's going to focus on the storage of paper and that way trucks don't have to go all the way into the forest to find the paper they can actually just go to a warehouse that sits already in the city and I'm gonna do the same for my oil industry by painting down an industrial area where oil is needed the most in the city and I'm gonna place down another warehouse this time it's gonna focus on storing plastics as part of the oil production chain and honestly that is me scratching the surface of the production chain in the new DLC I'll get into more of it in the next episode see

Factories with Two Dollars Twenty | Industries Tutorial Part 3 | Cities: Skylines



get a guy's toast 20 here and welcome back to City skylines industries since the last tutorial I've been expanding the industrial areas of dollar town and we now have a variety of different products being produced in the city but I think it's about time I take it up a notch and start plopping down some unique factories so the unique factories require multiple resources to produce unique goods basically the further up you go the more resources needed to produce those goods I think I'm gonna start with a Furniture Factory it only requires planes timber and paper which I know I'm producing quite a lot of in this area I think you're gonna put it down halfway between the forestry industry and the city because ultimately you want those products to be on the shelves as quick as possible when I click on the factory I can see I need to plain timber and paper in order to make the furniture I need both those items in the factory at the same time in order to start producing anything and at the moment I have neither so I'm just waiting for a truck to make its first delivery all right so now actually starting to make some furniture and some money I might actually start increasing the production rate so that we can start getting it out a little bit faster though I'm just gonna be careful of the upkeep per week and also if I can keep up with the demand of timber and paper to keep up with that demand I'm gonna put down a couple of warehouses that all store just plain timber and paper so that there's always resources close to the factory and while we're at it let's add another unique factory to the area there's something gonna go with a toy shop as it uses pretty similar resources though it does need plastics which is being produced all the way down the other side of the map so I do need to also put down a warehouse that specializes in plastics and in a nutshell that's how you get your unique factories running in your city though these are the most basic and easy ones to use they get a lot more complicated and tricky to manage down the track you'll see me fail at those ones I'll see you there

Free Update Content with TwoDollarsTwenty | Cities: Skylines Industries Tutorial Part 7



g'day guys tell us 20 here and welcome back to City skylines industries this is gonna be the last tutorial from me and I'm gonna spend it looking at the new content that comes with the free updates I'm gonna start by checking out the new toll booths which will raise extra revenue for the city however will also create extra congestion on the roads so to avoid this only replacing them around the outskirts of the city you can find the toll booths in the road section under the very own tab and there's four to choose from I'm placing mine on a three lane highway so I'm gonna choose the four lane toll booth and place two going in either direction once I've done that I'm gonna waste my money placing down some trees and then I can actually change the price of the tickets when I click on the building and use the slider to decrease or increase the ticket price another cool feature with the free update is the ability to make buildings historical you can make a building historical by clicking on it and then clicking the historical building button and this would mean the building will continue to level up by won't actually change its appearance I'm gonna do this around my downtown to keep the skyline looking quite prominent and the rest of the buildings much lower down and I'm also gonna do this for buildings that I just like the look of and when I keep that look in the city the last feature I want to talk about is something that is quite interesting and allies within the map theme editor and this feature allows you to create custom name lists for your map theme the really cool thing about this is you can really customize the names of pretty much anything that spawns in your city ranging from industrial buildings to commercial buildings to people to districts you really have a lot of freedom making these names and I think it's going to make for some really interesting and unique map themes down the track but guys that is it for these tutorials I really had a lot of fun exploring the new industries DLC and I just want to say big thanks to Paradox Interactive for asking me to collaborate with them I hope these tutorials are been useful and I look forward to seeing your creations in the near future I'll see you later