Cities: Skylines – How to Fix the Low Land Value Bug (Fixed)

Introduction

Welcome, guideoui.com visitors. In this guide, We try to explain How to Fix the Low Land Value Bug in the Cities: Skylines game. So we pick up many pieces of information from several sites for you. We hope that this guide will help you.

This bug has been met by chance by a gamer who was playing Cities: Skylines game. Even that gamer searched many sites, there was no answer to fix that bug. So this guide was constituted by that gamer and we present for you, our visitors.

The Problem

To reliably produce the dreaded Low Land Value bug, do the following.

1. Turn on mod “Hard Mode”.

2. Load-in an old working city map.

3. Wait a few in-game weeks (it won’t take long). Max out Accelerate Time for quicker results.

The screenshots below illustrate what happened when “Hard Mode” was applied to one of my self-sufficient cities.

The problems started invisibly. Only thing I noticed was that my city’s economy was losing money and I couldn’t tell why. Then Low Land Value messages started popping up. Only a handful at first.

I was really surprised how quickly my working city became plagued with Low Land Value messages. In less than a month, the city’s income took an unrecoverable nosedive. I am not going to bother trying to save the city under this condition.

Why Does This Happen?

This is not a bug, per say. “Hard Mode” increases the cost and reduces the effectiveness of city service buildings like medical clinics, fire stations, police stations, and parks. In my opinion, it seems to punish you for building fast.

Since your old working city map was not built to cope with the extra burden of less effective city service buildings, it makes sense that cries of Low Land Value should start popping up as the simulation goes on. If Low Land Value issues are not addressed quickly enough, expect the city’s economy to take a nosedive into the red.

The Solution

To fix, double-check that mod “Hard Mode” is TURNED OFF; simple enough.

These benefits cities that were not built to handle “Hard Mode”.

 

For the same city shown in the Problem section, this is how the city’s economy should be.

This is what the city built not under “Hard Mode” conditions looks like. The city’s income is in the green.

And after about a month, things are still looking good. The city’s income is in the green. The RCI indicators show sustained demand for Residential, Commercial, and Industrial Zones.

This is the ending of the guide. I hope it will help you. If there is wrong or you have suggestions, please let’s know and comment us. Have fun.

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