Police Simulator: Patrol Officers Will See You Upholding the Law on Xbox 'Soon'

Police Simulator: Patrol Officers Will See You Upholding the Law on Xbox 'Soon'

Richard Walker

Police Simulator: Patrol Officers will soon be leaving Early Access for PC and releasing for Xbox and PlayStation, developer Aesir Interactive and publisher astragon Entertainment have announced.

The game sees you stepping into the shoes of law enforcement, enforcing traffic rules, littering laws, and dealing with minor and major incident as one of eight playable characters. Starting out as a rookie officer in the fictional East Coast US city of Brighton, you'll get to grips with upholding the law, before graduating to cases of theft, bodily harm, property damage, and drug dealing.

As your experience develops, you'll unlock three different police cars and gain access to more complex objectives, across three city districts for a total of fifteen diverse neighbourhoods to patrol. Apparently, you'll need to exercise care when stopping, questioning, searching, and arresting citizens, with unlawful behaviour losing you conduct points and an unceremonious end to your shift. Persistent rule breaking will see you terminated from Brighton PD altogether.

Police Simulator: Patrol Offers will also include an open patrol mode for unfettered access to the entire city of Brighton, and a 2-player co-op mode, so you can tackle your beat and serve the public with a friend when the game launches for Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, and PC “soon”.

  • Loving all the simulation games lately. Always thought about becoming a cop when I was younger, this could be a fun game.
  • I'm looking forward to this if the cars are similar to crash time's I'm 100% in give me more crash time games haha
  • Pass. Needs to be the one and only Robocop simulator! "I'd buy that for a dollar!"
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