BUS DRIVER SIMULATOR Will Arrive on Nintendo Switch This Friday, Ultimate Games Announces


Category: Simulation Games

BUS DRIVER SIMULATOR Will Arrive on Nintendo Switch This Friday, Ultimate Games Announces

Polish publisher Ultimate Games has confirmed that KishMish Games' Bus Driver Simulator will be priced at $29.99 on Nintendo Switch — as the title will be releasing for the hybrid console this Friday (November 13).

It's probably worth remembering that the new port is based on KishMish Games' Bus Driver Simulator 2019.

"The game puts an emphasis on realism," Ultimate Games COO Rafał Jelonek said. "Bus Driver Simulator features, among others, faithfully reproduced cities, realistic passenger traffic and a well-developed driving model. It includes various road situations, such as traffic jams, accidents and driving at night."

"Of course, it'll also be necessary to visit gas stations and garages. Importantly, the Nintendo Switch version [contains] a set of all DLCs previously released on PC," including Tourist and Hungarian Legend.

As a friendly reminder, Bus Driver Simulator is now available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC (via Steam).

Although Bus Driver Simulator 2019 is a moderately new title, the Russian company is already working on a brand-new game about bus driving — called Bus World — which will finally arrive on PC sometime in 2021.

To learn more about Bus Driver Simulator's world, take a closer look at these officially released screenshots:

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