Cities: Skylines trophies

Cities: Skylines

4.5 from 14 votes
= 69 Cities: Skylines trophies (37 excl DLC)

689 tracked gamers have this game, 14 have completed it (2.03%)

Trophy Details

1001 Nights in Cities: Skylines
Bronze Trophy

1001 Nights59 (15)

Experience 1001 nights in the game

  • Unlocked by 46 tracked gamers (7% - TT Ratio = 3.91) 690  

Trophy Guide for 1001 Nights

232,591 (162,240)
Trophy won on 16 Apr 18
TT Score for this game: 3,705
Posted on 22 August 17 at 16:16, Edited on 18 April 18 at 11:31
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This took me 302 years and 1 month of in game time to achieve across two different cities. One which had a population of around 200,000 and one with a population of around 20,000. I did not notice any difference in the time it took for a day/night cycle to run in either city.
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Posted on 18 September 18 at 17:10, Edited on 18 September 18 at 18:21
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I have not played this game on PS4 but I did just unlock this today on Xbox 1 with this solution. This solution may not work on PS4 but I'm posting it anyway in case it does work.

This solution will save 145 hours in real time to get this. With this solution, this trophy can be done in as little as 5 1/2 hours.

1st start a new map and pick Lagoon Shore (this can be done on any map/save you have I just found this map easiest to see the moon and tell the time).

2nd run the game time to nighttime point the camera at the lagoon and watch for the moon
once you see the moon pause the game clock.

3rd set your tv brightness low so the moon is easy to see against the dusk fog (not too low) it makes the next step easier.

4th two things you need are an index finger or a game case put ether one against your tv above the dusk fog horizon (where the red and blue sky meet) and run the game time until the moon touches the top of your finger or case. (this is roughly 04:00 game time the night count "counts" +1 at 05:00 game time).

5th SAVE AT THIS POINT pick any save slot I used the top one.

6th once you have the map saved go 3x clock speed turn the camera 180° to look at the sun once it has fully risen over the horizon you added +1 to you night count. Simply reload your save you made and repeat until you get the trophy!
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