8 December. Wrap up warm, pop on your headset and relax into a dazzling snowscape of creative possibilities with Little Cities’ Snowy Islands DLC – out now on Meta Quest and Quest 2.
Our first-ever paid DLC brings a bundle of snowy shenanigans to VR’s most-loved city creator, making Little Cities the perfect companion to snuggle up with this winter. Let your creativity flow with two new snow-covered islands, plus a generous sprinkling of new buildings, Attractions, and utilities to totally transform your mini-metropolis.
Experienced Little Cities players will discover new gameplay challenges, with sub-zero temperatures freezing up water supplies and an all-new avalanche disaster tumbling into town that’ll require rapid repairs. Plus, maximum coziness is ensured with a host of new adorably themed min!
Little Cities is the debut title from husband-and-wife team Purple Yonder and was published by VR veterans nDreams. Since its launch in May 2022, Little Cities has won critical acclaim for its VR-first design, its intuitive UI, and its accessible gameplay. UploadVR named Little Cities the ninth-best Quest 2 game of all time, saying “Little Cities is the best city simulator game on any VR platform”. The game also featured in TechRadar’s list of best Quest 2 games of 2022, being hailed as the “best example of the [city sim] genre on Quest 2”.
Snowy Islands marks the start of a flurry of new content for Little Cities. The next update, “Itty Bitty Citizenry” will release in early 2023, bringing tiny feet to the streets of your city, so you can get to know your residents a little bit better! Hot on the heels of Little Cities’ arrival on the Pico Store this November, there are more platform announcements (and even more content!) to come in 2023.
Snowy Islands DLC is out now for $6.99/£4.99 and can be purchased in-game or as an Add-on from the Meta Store. Little Cities newcomers can save by picking up both the full game and Snowy Islands in a Special Bundle.