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Riot Control Simulator

Platform(s): Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X
Genre: Simulation
Publisher: Ultimate Games
Developer: Corpix Games
Release Date: 2022

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'Riot Control Simulator' Announced - Screens & Trailer

by Rainier on April 13, 2021 @ 11:04 a.m. PDT

Riot Control Simulator is a realistic simulator of pacifying raging crowds, which will distinguish itself thanks to, among others, extensive tactical options and a system of moral choices.

Riot Control Simulator is a unique game that allows you to lead the law enforcement services that keep the city streets safe. The goal of the game will be to maintain control and to avert the dangers posed by raging crowds of protesters, and will offer many different challenges and numerous locations inspired by cities from various countries. The gameplay is supposed to require a large dose of craftiness and the ability to select the proper tactics for a given situation. A special moral choices system is also being developed.

Players will be given a wide range of possibilities and various equipment to use, including e.g. heavy vehicles, water cannons and even tanks.

The methods of handling the crowd are also supposed to be varied – ranging from attempts to amicably suppress the protest to brutal and ruthless pacification. The creators emphasize that, for example, when using tight formation players will be able to catch the most aggressive protesters, but more non-standard solutions will also be available, including ones based on provocation and infiltration.

“The modern world is full of unrest, and practically every day brings news of protests erupting in various parts of the world. Sometimes these activities are spontaneous, other times they involve organised and trained individuals. In all cases, however, they pose a considerable challenge for the police and other governmental forces, which we intend to realistically depict in the game. When developing Riot Control Simulator, we put a lot of emphasis on details, so that the player can accurately experience the situation from the perspective of law enforcement services,” said Tomasz Supeł, CEO at Games Box S.A.

Key Features:

  • restoring law and order on the streets;
  • a system of moral choices;
  • locations from around the world;
  • varied equipment for pacifying crowds;
  • formations and tactics.

Riot Control Simulator is coming to PC (Steam) in 2022, followed by PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S and Nintendo Switch in 2023.

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