Cities: Skylines II Beach Properties DLC Delisted

The Beach Properties DLC for Cities: Skylines II is now delisted on Steam, and is no longer for sale, just a few weeks following its release. A lengthy post from Colossal Order and Paradox Interactive explains this is in response to player disappointment with the add-on, discussing the path forward, which involves the delay of the city builder for consoles. This also includes making the add-on content free for all players and providing refunds where possible, which it is not for Ultimate Edition customers due to the complexities of partial refunds. Word is: "We are committed to repaying that loyalty, and therefore, we will compensate Ultimate Edition holders by adding 3 Creator Packs and 3 Radio Stations which, together, sum up to a value of USD 39.99." The post starts out admitting the DLC was rushed and should not have been published as it was. Here's what it says about changing things going forward:
Looking ahead, we also want to make immediate and meaningful changes in the way we approach the game’s development and our communication with you. Firstly, this means a complete focus on improving the base game and modding tools, and secondly, we want to better involve you, the community, as we choose our priorities going forward. We will focus on additional free patches and game updates in the coming months before Colossal Order spends time on new paid content, resulting in a move of the Bridges and Ports Expansion to 2025. In addition, the aforementioned Creator Packs are being produced independently, and will not take any focus away from the work on improving the game. To make sure we focus on the right things, we’re putting together an advisory meeting, where a small group of player representatives, together with Colossal Order and Paradox Interactive, will discuss the development plan for this year. The people in this group are chosen for the size of their following within the community to represent as many people as possible. The teams from Colossal Order and Paradox Interactive will provide them with full transparency and answer any questions and critiques voiced. Our hope is that together with you, our community, we can make sure that we do not repeat the same mistakes we have made in the past and bring this game into a bright future.