Moenchengladbach/Germany, August 15th, 2016 – Dazzling blue lights, high-speed chases and exciting investigative work: hobby sleuths can be looking forward to a new police simulation game for their PC! In cooperation with Portuguese developer Bigmoon Entertainment, astragon Entertainment is very happy to announce Police Simulator – Law Enforcement today.

In Police Simulator – Law Enforcement the player gets the chance to slip into the role of a real US police officer and discover – either as a male or female cop – the exciting day-to-day policework while on patrol through a city with a high crime rate. The extremely expansive and thanks to the use of the Unreal® Engine 4 very lifelike metropolis can be explored freely by the player during his shifts.

The virtual policeman will be able to use realistically recreated US police vehicles including fully functional cockpits to hurry with blue lights and blaring sirens to crime scenes throughout the different neighborhoods of the city. In his courageous fight against crime he will of course also have access to a great variety of authentic equipment such as tasers, handcuffs, radios, guns and many 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 of Police Simulator – Law Enforcement and grant each other the support necessary for their dangerous job.

Police Simulator – Law Enforcement will be released for PC in 2017. More information about the game will be coming soon, the official reveal trailer however can already be enjoyed today on youtube:

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