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SimCity now has a free trial version

5 Aug 2014  by   Paul Younger
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SimCity has been out for a while and has its flaws but you may want to test it out.

This new free trial which is being offered by EA and Maxis lets you play for four hours. As someone who has sunk over 150 hours into SimCity, four hours is not a long time to get to grips with everything in the game. Highlights of this version include…

  • The First Ever Free Trial for the #1 Citybuilder – Now you can get a taste of SimCity’s latest edition, released in 2013.
  • Enjoy A Time-Limited Free Trial – Play for four hours and become the Mayor of your own cities.
  • Only One Download – Just re-start the SimCity client on your desktop when you upgrade to the full version. No re-downloading required.
  • Your Cities Are Saved Locally On Your Computer – Once you upgrade to the full version, you can continue expanding the cities you built during the free trial.

Chances are you won’t hit the wall of the city size limitation in four hours so keep it in mind that it will happen eventually if you take the plunge and buy the full game. You can read our full review here.

The trial version is now available on Origin.

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  1. Tacklebox
    +1

    “Chances are you won’t hit the wall of the city size limitation in four hours…”
    Nah, you’ll run out of room even earlier. I maxed out in an hour and a half on the “open beta.”

    August 8, 2014 at 12:11 am

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