The sequel to the popular Bus Simulator franchise will be making a stop on consoles and PC in 2021.
Bus Simulator 21, the next installment in the popular Bus Simulator series, will pull up on consoles and PC in 2021. The game is the successor to Bus Simulator 18 on PC. Check out the official Bus Simulator 21 announcement trailer in the video below.
Bus Simulator 21 Announcement
Bus Simulator 21 will feature a wide selection of modern buses and vehicles, many of which have been modeled off of world-renowned brands. The upcoming sequel also marks the debut of electric and double-decker buses to the Bus Simulator game series.
The game will have two maps for players to drive through and explore. The first should look familiar to fans of the series, as it is a reworked version of the Europe-based “Seaside Valley” map from the previous game. The other is a brand new map that takes drivers to the streets of “Angel Shores,” a fictional city inspired by the San Francisco Bay Area.
Players can navigate freely in Bus Simulator 21 thanks to the game’s new open-world layout. Sandbox mode is also available to those who prefer a freer bus driving experience. Cooperative multiplayer will be returning in the sequel as well, allowing players to drive their route alongside a friend. The game features an enhanced management system that will introduce the ability to create timetables for your bus fleet.
Players can prepare to get behind the steering wheel in 2021 when Bus Simulator 21 releases for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Although there’s no plan to bring the game to next-generation consoles, the option is “currently still being explored,” according to a recent press release.