Go out on patrol in nine more languages!
Duesseldorf/Germany, July 27, 2021 – Since its release on June 17, 2021 Police Simulator: Patrol Officers by Aesir Interactive und astragon Entertainment has already gotten lots of positive feedback from the player community, accompanied by many great ideas and suggestions for future content. One of the most fervently asked for features: More languages! A wish, that the developer team is more than happy to grant with today’s new update! While the voice-overs will remain in English to suit the game’s US American setting, virtual cops can now also go on patrol in French, Italian, Spanish, Turkish, Polish, Brazilian Portuguese, Russian, Korean and Japanese with localized UIs and subtitles!
Police Simulator: Patrol Officers which is still in early access on Steam™, will be regularly expanded by updates that will add interesting gameplay features, new tasks and districts. The last Background Check update brought in a completely new district, Downtown, with five more neighborhoods, the Gladiator 6 SUV as the game’s second police car, and a police computer which can be used to query background information on suspicious persons or vehicles.
Fans of the game will be able to subject upcoming content expansions to extensive beta tests on Steam™ before their final release, and thus help directly with their development and refinement. Information on exactly how the beta test works, and what players have to do to take part, can be found here. The official Police Simulator: Patrol Officers Roadmap offers a precise overview of all upcoming content.
Police Simulator: Patrol Officers is available for PC via Steam™ and the official astragon homepage for 19.99 Euro/USD 24.99/17.99 GBP (RSP). The game is supported by a game-grant of the German funding body FilmFernsehFonds Bayern.
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About astragon Entertainment GmbH
astragon Entertainment (founded on July 25, 2000 in Hagen/Germany, since 2019 based in Duesseldorf/Germany) is one of the leading independent German games publishers. The focus of the diverse product portfolio of our company, lies on high-quality technical simulation games such as Construction Simulator, or Bus Simulator, but also many other exciting games such as Police Simulator: Patrol Officers or Drone Swarm. The distribution of high-quality licensed and distribution products such as Farming Simulator, Transport Fever 2 and SnowRunner complete our attractive product range. astragon games are available world-wide on many different platforms such as consoles, smartphones, tablets, and PC. Find more information at: http://www.astragon.de/en/.
About Aesir Interactive
Aesir Interactive is a German development studio based in Munich, Bavaria. Over 35 passionate designers, artists and programmers lay the foundation for engaging games and innovative interactive applications. As a leading Unreal Engine developer, Aesir established a formidable tech-stack and workflow for smooth continuous development and integration, creating lively and beautiful worlds for passionate gamers across the globe on all major consoles and PC.
The diverse members of Aesir come from all over the world, yet they share a common path – Crafting memorable experiences through elegance, discipline, and excellence. For more information, visit aesir-interactive.com.
About FilmFernsehFonds Bayern
FFF Bayern provides funding for story and project development, the production of feature and television films, international co-productions for feature films or high-end series, (web)-serial and virtual reality formats, distribution and sales, cinemas as well as games. Besides its funding activities, FFF Bayern is also involved in extensive consulting and information services for the film, television, and games industry. Shareholders of FFF Bayern are the Free State of Bavaria, the Bavarian regulatory authority for new media (BLM), Bayerischer Rundfunk (BR), Zweites DeutschesFernsehen (ZDF), Seven.One Entertainment Group, RTL Television and Sky Deutschland Fernsehen. For more information, visit www.fff-bayern.de