If you have been dying to bring out the subway driver in you it seems that you can embrace just that come February 22nd, 2018 when Simulators Live releases Subway Simulator. The game is set to debut this week for PC via Steam Early Access.
For those who enjoy playing vehicle-based simulators where you take control of a transport vehicle to complete specific objectives, the publisher/developer over Subway Simulator, Simulators Live, has you covered.
It’s worth noting, though, that the dev team has worked on numerous mobile games before turning their attention to Subway Simulator. On the topic of mobile iOS and Android games, Simulators Live has created multiple Subway Simulator titles and seeks to bring their expertise to PC gamers.
You can take a look at some of the screenshots below, given that the dev team has no official YouTube channel or website yet as of this writing to get a hold of any official gameplay videos.
Graphically the Subway Simulator is nothing to write home about, however it’ll all boil down to the mechanics behind the game to compensate for the lack of visual fidelity. Of course, gamers who get some hands-on time with the game will determine if the fun factors make up for the lack of graphics.
As for the Subway Simulator’s Early Access time the dev team plan to keep the game in the development cooker for about two months, although that’s a bit short compared to the average six months that most games spend in Early Access. There’s no telling if it will be like other Early Access titles and perpetually stay in said phase or make a quick go of it.
Lastly, no mention of mod support has been announced by the dev team. However we do learn that the team is open to suggestions by the community, which includes alternate mechanics, walking around and out of your cabin, and different subways and stations.
Until the dev team posts up its official website and other channels related to Simulators Live, you can hit up Subway Simulator newly posted Steam Early Access page to learn more.