Bus Simulator Release Date Confirmed For PS4 & Xbox One

Posted Jul 25, 2019 by DarthHazard

The simulator hype seems to finally be reaching the PS4 and Xbox One and with the release of Truck Driver not too far off, we finally have a confirmed release date for Bus Simulator as well.

The game from Astragon Entertainment is set to launch for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on the 17th of September 2019.

The tweet that confirmed the news mentioned that this is the day that the game will be available on digital stores although nothing has been confirmed regarding a physical release for the game. From what can be gathered from a few tweets in response to fan questions, only a few countries will be getting physical copies although the full list of countries to do so will be confirmed at a later date. It doesn’t seem that Xbox One players will be able to get a physical copy of the game either.

Additionally, wheel support is yet to be confirmed for the game.

“A list of compatible wheels will be shared very soon!”.

Bus Simulator will be priced at 39.99 EUR / USD at launch although you should expect a cheaper price for physical copies of the game.

Similar to the already released PC version of the game, Bus Simulator for console will allow players to “experience up-close the exciting everyday life of a bus driver in a vast and freely drivable urban area”. With a range of licensed city buses including brands such as Mercedes-Benz and IVECO, you’ll be sure to get an authentic experience as you transport your passengers and manage your business.

Are you looking forward to trying out Bus Simulator? Leave your thoughts in the comments below.

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