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In most of my cities, where I haven't used this mod (instead turning off deathcare), I experience a lot less traffic. Does this mod make there be a lot more traffic, or is it something else? I can't use most of the normal things like roundabouts to manage traffic as there is just so much flowing into the city and around it - despite having good public transportation.
Is this an issue with my traffic system, or something to do with a mod (maybe this one) that increases traffic usage? I don't think it's public transport because surely that would make more citizens prefer it, right?
What I do see is that there are at least 3 other reports of sudden massive death waves, posted in December. It would be interesting to find a common denominator.
In any case, the mod works... for the most part. But it looks like we are still susceptible to them and they are much more impactful than the classic ones.
- death icons started appearing
- in the health tab, I saw 20k+ "sick" cims but did not see a single "sick" icon
- when I enabled this mod I already had the "medical center" monument
- no sewage water issues, no pollution (0% both ground and water)
- no modifications to health budget
- been using deathcare assets, did not enable the "no deathcare" option, basically did not touch any settings since I enabled the mod
Was this encountered before by anyone?