This is a trailer for the freshly introduced SimBus from Polish developer SimRail S.A. and writer PlayWay, who beforehand revealed video games like House Flipper, Car Mechanic Simulator, and, uh, Lust for Darkness?
Options like automobile customization, practical cities primarily based on geodetic information, a day-night cycle, realtime climate, and “genuine bus physics and sounds” make SimBus look like a sometimes severe central European simulation sport. Then there’s the bit within the trailer the place the participant out of the blue inhabits a passenger and interacts with a fellow commuter. The 4 choices on this Bus Impact dialogue wheel are: TALK, FIGHT, CALL POLICE, and ASK HIM/HER OUT. When the participant chooses the latter choice, they get a bottle thrown at them? Perhaps this can be a extra chaotic sport than first look would counsel, even earlier than we get to the multiplayer.
This is the official description, which I can not assist however learn in a Polish accent: “SimBus is new, superior bus simulator. Drive historic and fashionable autos from all elements of the world. Go to dwelling cities of USA, Europe and China in numerous eras. Change into bus driver, comply with the timetable and meet different gamers on multiplayer mode.”
Change into bus driver? Signal me up. SimBus has a Steam page, however no launch date but.