A new gameplay reveal trailer shows what players can expect when on patrol this spring.
Development studio Aesir Interactive and publisher astragon Entertainment have announced that Police Simulator: Patrol Officers will enter Steam Early Access this spring. A new gameplay trailer shows what players can expect in the upcoming sim.
Police Simulator: Patrol Officers Reveal Trailer
In Police Simulator: Patrol Officers, players join the police force and become a cop in a fictitious American city named Brighton. Players can explore the open world and select neighborhoods to patrol and monitor while on duty. The first district and its neighborhoods will be available during Early Access.
You start out by issuing minor traffic citations and parking tickets and will move up to more complex tasks as you fulfill your daily cop duties. “Be part of the community of Brighton, get to know your neighborhood and handle daily police work to fight crime during your shift,” reads a description on the game’s official website. “Always be tough, but fair: respect the law and gain more experience to unlock more neighborhoods, districts and duties.”
One of the highlights of Police Simulator: Patrol Officers is its dynamic traffic system. The system simulates the organic flow of traffic, complete with accidents and emergencies for officers to attend to. The game also features an intuition system that allows your police officer to notice certain clues when interrogating witnesses. These clues can come in handy when resolving issues later on.
Police Simulator: Patrol Officers will come to PC via Steam Early Access this spring for $24.99. All future content is included at no added cost to those who join during early access. Stay tuned to Guide Stash for more updates.