MOENCHENGLADBACH, Germany, August 12th 2016 – Publisher Astragon Entertainment in co-operation with Portuguese developer Bigmoon Entertainment are pleased to announce that coffee drinking, donut eating want-to-be cops everywhere will be able to put their policing skills to the test in Police Simulator – Law Enforcement, a police simulation game powered by Unreal Engine 4, set to raid PC’s in 2017.
In Police Simulator – Law Enforcement players will get the opportunity to slip into the role of a real US police officer - either as a male or female cop – as they tackle the exciting day-to-day police work while on patrol in a city plagued by a high crime rate. The extremely expensive and, thanks to the use of the Unreal Engine 4, incredibly lifelike metropolis can be explored freely by the player during their shifts.
The virtual police officer will be able to drive realistically recreated US police vehicles, including fully functional cockpits, as they rush to crime scenes throughout the different neighborhoods of the city with blue lights flashing and sirens blaring. In their courageous fight against crime, they will also have access to a wide variety of authentic equipment including tasers, handcuffs, radios, guns and much more.
As crime fighting in a big city is always a full-time job, players will be able to patrol the streets as a team of two in the cooperative multiplayer mode and grant each other the back up necessary for their dangerous job.
Police Simulator – Law Enforcement will be released for PC in 2017. More information about the game will be revealed soon. The official reveal trailer, however, can be viewed below:
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