District styles are collections of objects that let you choose the appearance of zoned buildings in specific districts of your city. This works independently of the card designs.
For example, even if you’re playing on a tropical or temperate-themed map, you can set certain districts to use the European district style.
Here is a quick step-by-step guide on how to use it.
Step 1: Enable District Styles in the Content Manager
First you need to make sure district styles are available.
Go to Content Manager and click on Styles.
There you will find all the district styles you have installed; Turn on any you want to use.
The only one that comes with the game is European/Vanilla, but you can download many more from the Steam Workshop. Just remember that the more District Styles you have active, the harder it is on your system.
Step 2: Paint a district
In game, click the Districts and Territories button on your menu and select Paint District.
Paint an area where you want to implement the specific style by clicking and dragging the area.
You can “erase” from the painted area by holding down the right mouse button instead.
Step 3: Select district style
Next, click on the district name on the map to bring up the info window. There you will find a drop down box for styles.
It is possible to implement District Styles both on empty zones (on which no buildings need to grow yet) and on those with already grown buildings.
Note, however, that any existing buildings is to be demolished to be replaced by the counterparts in your new style.
This will cause your population to temporarily decrease, so avoid making style changes to large zones at once.
Styles obtained from the Steam Workshop
To find District Styles in the Cities: Skylines Steam Workshop, select the District Styles filter on the right.
Not all styles affect all zone types (eg, the European/Vanilla style affects high-density residential, commercial, and office spaces, but does not work in low-density zones). This depends on what assets the creator added.
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