On Tuesday, Astragon Entertainment and Stillalive Studios released Bus Simulator 21 for PC and consoles. The game is available as a digital download on the PlayStation Store, Microsoft Store, and Steam.
Bus Simulator 21 Release Trailer
Bus Simulator 21 features 30 officially licensed buses from world-renowned brands including Mercedes-Benz, Blue Bird, Grande West, and Volvo. Players will also get to choose from various bus models, such as city buses, articulated buses, and even double-decker buses. Buses can also be customized with a variety of paint jobs, stickers, and advertisements.
Two maps are available for drivers to plan their routes in Bus Simulator 21, the North American-inspired city Angel Shores, and the European-style city Seaside Valley. You may recognize the latter map from Bus Simulator 18. Although Bus Simulator 21 can be played solo, the game supports co-op multiplayer for up to four players.
Bus Simulator 21 will also feature various “convenience comfort functions,” such as fast travel between key locations and the ability to move time forward. Players can even take over buses driven by other colleagues at any time. These options are available from both the map menu and within the game world itself. There’s more than just driving in Bus Simulator 21, however. The game also features a management system that allows players to freely plan efficient bus routes using more robust management tools.
Bus Simulator 21 is available now for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. Those who purchase the game during launch week can also download the Angel Shores Insider Skin DLC for free until September 13.