SimCity could have been a really great modern day classic if its release last year was not plagued by bugs that caused plenty of frustrations to gamers everywhere, despite having released updates from time to time. Having said that, it is still a great game to play, bugs notwithstanding, and it is with a sigh of relief that we bring you word on SimCity Offline play, which so happens to be one of the most requested features to game developer Maxis. Offline Play for SimCity is finally available for the masses, having taken over 12 months since its Windows launch to arrive.
What does Offline play for SimCity offer you? For starters, it really rolls back the years where you can bask in your former glory of a single player PC game, as you kick off a single-player campaign and can tinker with your city offline at your own pace and leisure. Made a mistake? Unlike real life, you can just reload your save file, and the universe would be back on its tracks afterwards. Apart from that, you can also now disable autosaves, so that the more meticulous among you will be able to continue your progress from a specific date.
Maxis touts that the update 10 will start to roll out to SimCity players at 6am PT/9am ET. Better late than never, no?