Police Simulator: Patrol Officers is now available for PC and consoles. From today on you can start your career with the Brighton Police Department to enforce law and order in the streets of the fictive US coastal city of Brighton and get an insight into everyday police work. At the same time as the release, the Urban Terrain Vehicle DLC is also available at a price of 2.99 Euro/2.49 GBP/2.99 USD, which includes a fancy patrol car. If you have already purchased Police Simulator: Patrol Officers in Early Access or pre-ordered the game will receive the DLC for free.
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Before you start your first shift, you can choose between eight different characters to start their police career with. A variety of challenging tasks await you, with the difficulty and complexity increasing as the police officers climb the career ladder. Initially, you distribute parking tickets on foot, but soon the players receive your first patrol car, are allowed to catch speeders, solve accidents and track down suspects. Particularly experienced officers can eventually even solve robberies and arrest drug dealers. As you play, new interactions, vehicles and precincts are continuously unlocked, making no shift feel like the previous one. In addition, a game mechanic has been implemented that tracks and rates the your behavior, where bad behavior can quickly lead to dismissal. In addition, Police Simulator: Patrol Officers offers you the possibility to go on patrol in pairs in the online co-op mode and thus keep law and order in Brighton.
Police Simulator: Patrol Officers for PC costs 29.99 Euro/24.99 GBP/29.99 USD as a standard retail and digital version. For consoles, the standard version costs 39.99 Euro/34.99 GBP/39.99 USD in retail and digitally. The retail versions will be available in selected countries.
- Realistic portrayal of everyday police work for the player to experience
- Brighton as a living city with ever-changing challenges that make no two shifts the same
- Three different districts and fifteen neighborhoods to explore
- Various tasks with increasing difficulty, from parking tickets to drug investigations
- Unlock new patrol vehicles, police equipment and offenses
- Two game modes: simulation and casual
- Patrol together in co-op mode for 2 players