City Cams are a feature exclusive to Plague Inc: Evolved.
It displays the state of each country:
- If a country is healthy (Business as usual), the view is clear, full colour, and peaceful. People in said countries are in their normal routines.
- Later on, as more people start to die, the screen will turn red, crack slightly and the picture will change to show the breakdown of society. At first (General Disruption), there will be some police and check stations.
- Then (Widespread disorder), people can be seen rioting, possibly because of the slow cure progress or ineffective preventative measures.
- Finally, (No longer exists) if the country is destroyed, the camera lens appears to be heavily cracked, the view is washed out and drained of colour, and the city is blocked with biohazard warning banners. Dead bodies are also seen in some cams, either in body bags or simply just lying about.
Some countries will have banners of cries for the cure in the country's native language.
As of Mutation 1.13, the number of city cams has been increased, with each country having an individual city cam, most of which are set in the capital cities of said countries.
If the player is not currently selecting a country, the City Cam will scroll through pictures of different countries.
- Afghanistan - The Agricultural Development Bank of Afghanistan, Kabul
- Algeria - Freedom Boulevard Monument, Grande Poste Garden, Algiers
- Angola - Fortress of São Miguel, Luanda
- Argentina - Obelisco de Buenos Aires, July 9 Avenue, Buenos Aires
- Australia - Sydney Opera House, Sydney
- Balkan States - House of the National Assembly of the Republic Of Serbia, Belgrade, Serbia
- Baltic States - Museum of Genocide Victims, Vilnius, Lithuania
- Bolivia - Ismael Montes Avenue, La Paz
- Botswana - Dilaene Ward, Mahalapye
- Brazil - Viaduto Santa Ifigênia, São Paulo
- C.America - Plaza de la Constitución, Guatemala City
- Canada - Rideau Street, Ottawa, Ontario
- Caribbean - Che Guevara Mural, Havana, Cuba
- Central Africa - Boulevard du 30 Juin, Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo
- Central Asia - Mukimi Theatre, Tashkent, Uzbekistan
- Central Europe - Commerzbank Tower, Frankfurt, Germany
- China - The East Gardens of the Imperial Palace, Marunouchi District, Tokyo
- Colombia - Pedro A. López Building, Bogota
- East Africa - Kibera, Nairobi, Kenya
- Egypt - Palace of Sultana Malak, Heliopolis Suburb, Cairo
- Finland - Helsinki Central Railway Station
- France - Eiffel Tower, Champ de Mars, Paris
- Germany - Berlin Cathedral Church, Berlin
- Greenland - Katuaq Cultural Centre, Nuuk
- Iceland - Norðurlandsvegur, Northeastern Region
- India - Calcutta High Court, Esplanade Row W, Kolkata
- Indonesia - Masjid At-Taqwa Pancor, East Lombok Regency, West Nusa Tenggara
- Iran - Zargari Bridge, Shiraz
- Iraq - Victory Arch, Baghdad
- Italy - Colosseum, Rome
- Japan - Ginza, Tokyo
- Kazakhstan - Central Square, Taraz
- Korea - Statue of Admiral Yi Sun-Shin, Gwanghwamun Square, Seoul
- Libya - Red Castle Museum, Tripoli
- Madagascar - Cathédrale du Cœur-Immaculé de Marie, Mahajanga
- Mexico - Saint Francis of Assisi Church, Coyoacán, Mexico City
- Middle East - 308th Rd., Dubai, United Arab Emirates
- Morocco - Dâr-al-Makhzen, Rabat
- New Guinea - Mango Avenue, Rabaul, East New Britain, Papua New Guinea
- New Zealand - Wellington Railway Station, Wellington
- Norway - Storting Building, Oslo
- Pakistan - Sector H-9, Islamabad
- Peru - Plaza de Armas, Cusco
- Philippines - Anda Circle, Manila
- Poland - Castle Square, Warsaw
- Russia - Sobornaya Square, Moscow
- S.E Asia - Wat Chedi Luang, Chiang Mai, Thailand
- Saudi Arabia - Jabal Timiyah, Highway 60, Al-Qassim Region
- South Africa - Stockwell Avenue, Soweto, Gauteng
- Spain - National Art Museum of Catalonia, Barcelona
- Sudan - Blue Nile Beach, Tuti Island, Khartoum
- Sweden - Strömgatan, Blasieholmen, Stockholm
- Turkey - Istiklal Street, Beyoğlu, Istanbul
- UK - Nonexistent bridge on the River Thames, City of London
- Ukraine - Shevchenka St & Mykhaila Hrushevskoho St, Dnipro
- USA - Statue of Liberty, Liberty Island, New York
- West Africa - Wilberforce Neighborhood, Freetown, Sierra Leone
- Zimbabwe - Samora Machel Avenue, Eastlea North, Harare
- In the Caribbean City Cam, there is a face of Che Guevara painted on the wall visible.
- Only New Guinea and Sudan's "Widespread Disorder" scene has no riots. Instead a scene of a busy disease team treating patients and burying the dead is shown.