Co-op Multiplayer Mode Coming to Bus Simulator 21

Enjoy the new improvements.
Enjoy the new improvements. stillalive studios

It looks like a lot of interesting features are coming to Bus Simulator 21. One of these is the cooperative multiplayer mode where players get to form a team of four to manage the company, plan routes, buy new buses for their fleet, and travel together.

You can learn more about the co-op multiplayer mode in a new trailer below:

Bus Simulator 21 is set to offer what could be the most extensive bus fleet in the franchise. Players can expect some officially licensed buses from many famous brands reproduced for the game. The game gives everyone the chance to build their own public transport company either in “Angel Shores” or in “Seaside Valley” and see it become a success. Players can do this in single-player or multiplayer mode.

Like the game before it, Bus Simulator 21 offers some new options and freedom. For example, since the game has a day and night cycle, players can come up with detailed schedules for their bus routes. In addition, while on duty within the city, bus drivers can decide to either have their own bus or take over buses from the other players. There’s also the option for players to travel as a passenger or just work as a ticket inspector.

In a statement, stillalive studios revealed that they are more than excited to show the newest addition to the franchise. The studio shared that the community gave suggestions on how to make the game better and those were included in the game, especially the ones about co-op play.

Features of Bus Simulator 21 include:

  • Get behind the wheels of numerous officially licensed buses by world-famous brands.

  • Manage a bus company together as a team on two huge maps based on US and European cities.

  • Improved open-world approach with even more freedom for the players.

  • Immersive day and night cycle complete with AI drivers on your scheduled routes.

  • Manage your vehicle fleet, bus lines, and detailed timetables together as a team.

  • Cross-generation multiplayer on consoles.

Bus Simulator 21 arrives on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on September 7. The PC version is priced at $34.99 while $49.99 for console versions.

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