As was the case with its PlayStation 4 predecessor, Bus Simulator 21 will be playable entirely in four-player co-op when it launches later this year. “In the co-operative multiplayer mode, up to four players will be able to manage their company, plan their routes, buy new buses for their fleet, and travel together on their own lines as a team,” the press release explains.
There are tons of options for co-op players: you can bring your own buses online, or use those owned by another player. Additionally, you can choose to be a passenger while your pal drives, or even work as a ticket inspector. The embedded trailer should give you a taste of the kind of experience you can expect at launch – it’s due out on 7th September.
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