We first informed you about the Gas Station Simulator Console Edition a little over a year ago. The initial release is currently highly well-liked on Steam. The listing indicates that it has a very high rating. That comes from 86% of the 13,532 reviews overall and 87% of the 445 reviews. It goes without saying that it is doing well on Steam. Even though the game’s launch had much less promotion, it ended up outselling more popular games like Deathloop.
Since the PC launch, all we know DRAGO entertainment stated a console release was in the works. Since then we have heard very little about this port to console platforms. In the months since the game launched, the PC release has gained three DLC, with one of these, Shady Deals yet to launch. However, we have a new trailer for you which brings some news on Gas Station Simulator Console Edition
The Latest On Gas Station Simulator Console Edition
It’s got a price of $19.99/£14.99 on the Xbox store and is set to release on October 20th. Until launch, it’s available for $15.99/£11.99. No mention of it being optimized for Series X/S so it’ll be running via backward compatibility. It’s available to wishlist on the PlayStation store, but no price was showing at the time of writing. It mentions Dualshock 4 vibration as a feature so appears it’s a PlayStation 4 release backward compatible with PlayStation 5.
It is also available to preorder on the Nintendo Switch. For the US region, it’s priced at $19.99. In the UK the full price is £17.99 with a 25% discount on the eShop pricing it at £13.49 until 12th November. There is no news on what DLC if any will be available on Consoles. However, will this be one you are interested in playing? As always we’d love to hear from you so why not get in touch?