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Steve Farrelly
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I make no secret of loving my simulator games. Be it fishing, hunting, farming, fixing... there's just something that grabs me where games about doing things you can't in your own life fascinate. And more often than not it's less about the fantasy, and more about the real-life repetition; my gamer brain wants to know how these worlds work, and what people who work in them experience. And this manifested deeply for me with Bus Simulator 2018, and now there's a Bus Simulator 2021 coming.


Obviously you need to be some sort of psychopath to enjoy these games, let alone en masse, but hearing this news made me happy in a year where we're all somewhat... challenged.
With Bus Simulator 21 players can be looking forward to the most comprehensive part of the popular game series to date, with an impressive number of officially licensed and faithfully modelled buses by world-famous manufacturers such as Alexander Dennis as well as numerous additional globally renowned brands, which will be revealed at a later point of time. Bus Simulator 21 will not only offer the most modern vehicle fleet, but also introduce a double decker and electric buses for the first time in the history of the Bus Simulator game series!

With the help of this huge selection of buses players can then start driving on two huge maps: next to a reworked version of the predecessor’s European based city “Seaside Valley” (including its official map extension), Bus Simulator 21 will also offer a brand-new US-American setting – the city of “Angel Shores”, which finds its inspiration in the San Francisco Bay Area. Regardless if players will make their rounds within the industrial district, the peripheral areas, downtown or lively Chinatown, along the waterside promenade, through the surrounding hills or in the business park area – thanks to the new and even freer open-world approach of Bus Simulator 21, players can be looking forward to experience the exciting everyday life of a bus driver like never before!
A lot of info to cover, as well as mention that there aren't any active plans just yet to support either PS5 or Xbox Series X, but that it'ss being explored as a business (sooooo sim), you can get visual information from above, embedded below.

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