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Unfortunately a 64 bit game is out of the question, isn't it?

Discussion in 'General Forum' started by chocolate_city, Jul 12, 2019.

  1. chocolate_city

    chocolate_city Executive

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    This game would give Cities Skylines the boot, if it were 64 bit. I've had Cities Skylines a year and have just started to get the hang of it.... So much micro-management, but I'm starting have fun with it....Yay!!!!
     
  2. skullz613

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    Unless the developers rebuild the game from scratch, 64bit will never be an option.
    Highly doubt they will invest time and money into XL or XXL again. It's received so much negative feedback on Steam and other community's that anything they do will get hammered.
    If they made a completely new game with a different name but based loosely on how XXL plays then it might have a slim chance.
    But... all the people who were upset with previous releases, will only start whining though and say they deserve it for free or with a big discount so it would most likely get negative reviews because of them.
     
  3. DarkSteem

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    [QUOTE = "chocolate_city, post: 41705, member: 58"] This game would load the City of Horizons if it were 64-bit. City horizons of the year, and I just started to master it .... There are so many micro-managers, but I'm starting to have fun with it .... Yes !!!! [/ QUOTE]

    No, not like that: the game is installed without problems in both 32-bit and 64-bit Windows operating systems (for example, I have it installed in Windows 10 Pro (64-bit). After installation, you only need to check that 64 are installed -bit versions of runtime libraries (Microsoft visual C ++ 2010 x 64, Microsoft visual C ++ 2013 x 64), if not, install them manually from the game installation directory C: \ Program Files \ Cities XXL 2015 ver 1.5 x64 \ _CommonRedist \ vcredist \ 2010 C: \ Program Files \ Cities XXL 2015 ver 1.5 x64 \ _CommonRedist \ vcredist \ 2013

    No, it’s not: the game is installed without problems in both 32-bit and 64-bit Windows operating systems (for example, I have it installed in Windows 10 Pro (64-bit). After installation, you just need to check if 64-bit versions are installed runtime (Microsoft visual C ++ 2010 x 64, Microsoft visual C ++ 2013 x 64) libraries, if not, manually install them from the game installation directory C: \ Program Files \ Cities XXL 2015 ver 1.5 x64 \ _CommonRedist \ vcredist \ 2010 C: \ Program Files \ Cities XXL 2015 ver 1.5 x64 \ _CommonRedist \ vcredist \ 2013
     
  4. chocolate_city

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    Sure, it can run on a 64 bit system, but can it use more that 4 gigs of memory, like Cities Skylines, I don't think so (that's my main concern)
     

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