Flashing Lights, the open world online multiplayer emergency services simulator, is fast approaching its 18th May Early Access release. The development cycle so far has seen a Closed Alpha take place in order to gather feedback from players, including feedback from real life emergency specialists.
Today we wanted to release a new developer diary to illustrate how player feedback from the Closed Alpha is already helping to shape Flashing Lights’ development. In the vlog, Flashing Lights’ developer Nils Jakrins speaks about six player online multiplayer, steering wheel support and more.
Flashing Lights will also make an appearance at this weekend’s EGX Rezzed in London, on the Excalibur Games stand in the Indie Room. Players and press will both be able to go hands on with the game, as well as chat with the Flashing Lights team, including Nils Jakrins.
About Flashing Lights
Flashing Lights is a single player and multiplayer emergency services simulator focusing on police, firefighters and emergency medical services. Enrolling with one of these departments, players will take on unique missions and rewards in an open world. Players will engage in desperate car chases, diagnose life-threatening injuries, and put out lethal fires. Each department has its own vehicles, equipment and abilities for players to take control of.