We recently reported about another simulator coming to consoles. That game is Police Simulator: Patrol Officers, which is currently in early access on PC. For those unfamiliar, it takes place in a fictional US city called Brighton. You will be in-game joining the Brighton police force and “experience the day-to-day life of a police officer.”
Police Simulator: Patrol Officers launched in early access in June last year and is receiving very positive reviews on Steam. The ratings, at the time of writing, have the game sitting at a very positive rating with 86% of 7,168 reviews. For recent reviews, we see a very positive rating at 81% of 289 reviews. So needless to say it’s been well received.
Following a successful Early Access launch, we now have confirmation of the game’s full release. The game’s developer, Aesir Interactive, and publisher, Astragon Entertainment, have now given the full release information in a tweet posted on the game’s account.
Here we can see the game is leaving Early Access on PC on 10th November. As well as the launch date for the console version of the game. As for console platforms it’s launching on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S. It’s also available to pre-order on the Xbox and PlayStation stores. In the UK both PC and PlayStation versions of the game are on discount until launch. It also appears to be digital only at this present moment. However, there is a chance that could change closer to launch.
Are you a fan of simulators and will you be checking out Police Simulator: Patrol Officers? As always we’d love to hear from you.