Novatech recommends these Gaming PCs to play Cities Skylines based on the developer's provided system requirements.
When it comes to large scale strategy and management games, it seems obvious to say that there is a whole lot of data that needs to be processed by your PC. From issuing orders to innumerous waves of marching soldiers, calculating the physics of individual units as frontlines collide, and formulating the outcomes of status effects, bonuses, and devastating spells, it all requires an incredibly powerful processor.
The faster your processor is, and the more cores and threads it has, the more capable it will be at executing commands and processing requests, resulting in a smooth and more responsive experience. With wargames in particular, you’ll also be able to appreciate visceral full-scale combat, with hundreds if not thousands of units on screen at once, all of which rely on your CPU to figure out exactly how they interact with one another.