Introducing: The newest generation of vehicles 🚔
We're happy to announce two new DLCs! Explore the amazing advantages of both to keep Brighton safe and sound:
The Guardian Police Vehicle (GPV)
A spacious and handy choice for a great police officer!
With this new generation vehicle, you will be able to transport up to 6 arrested criminals and drive them to the police station yourself! Earn +10 SP for each prisoner you successfully transported and put in their cells, with the reward doubled when transporting 6 prisoners simultaneously.
The Surveillance Police Vehicle (SPV)
A versatile choice to support you at observing the streets of Brighton!
This cutting-edge addition to the police vehicle force will detect violations by simply following a suspicious target vehicle and giving its driver intuition feedback. It works similar to pacing and fills another colored bar in the same position. When a violation is uncovered, you can pull over the target vehicle and further investigate the suspect.
The GPV and the SPV will both be released on December 5th, 2023 alongside the update, each at a small price of 2,99€ / $2,99 USD or the equivalent in your region.
Hang in there for more news!
With The Tackling Update, we will also publish the full patch notes, so you can see the full extent of the improvements.
Once again, there will be content creators receiving full access to the update prior to the release date while it is still in submission for the public release. Their ability to showcase might give you a chance to take a sneak peek at the content, so stay tuned!
At the moment, we want to focus on quality improvements and bug fixes and have therefore moved first aid to update 13 while ensuring more bug fixes now and in the upcoming months.
We hope you’re excited about the new features and improvements coming on December 5th! Thank you so much for your support!
Your Police Simulator Team
These marmite, love/hate DMUs from the 1980s have been a running joke for decades on the British railway network, before slowly transforming into an adored relic from a time when cheap and cheerful maybe wasn’t as cheerful as it should have been. Initially planned to be temporary replacements for older DMUs, the Pacer classes eventually saw active service well into the 21st century and were withdrawn as recently as 2021 to fulfil a second life on heritage railways up and down the country.
Blackpool Branches: Preston – Blackpool & Ormskirk, you can take control of this ‘bus on rails’ on local services around Lancashire circa 1986, when the units were fresh on the network ferrying holidaymakers and locals to Blackpool and beyond.
Exploring the route on foot yields other finer details. A number of signal boxes can be entered with modelled interiors to admire as the trains pass by and the customary collectibles are around to hunt down, from posters and signs to golf clubs and... gingerbread!
I am really like my new train route and my favourite place is Blackpool at night time