Firefighting Simulator The Squad drops you into the lead of a four-man firefighting team. For the vast majority of the game, you’re going to be putting out house fires and smaller, less interesting ones. You’re also going to be driving. A lot. All of the game’s missions are selectable from a map of the game’s open world. Surprisingly, you can’t free roam, and there isn’t a mode where you drive around and respond to random calls, which seemed like a bit of a no-brainer. You simply select a mission and wait for the game’s often insane loading times to pass. Sometimes I literally had to wait minutes for a mission to load, while other times it took practically no time at all.
Comprehensive tutorial, radio communications, and character recordings in English, as well as subtitles in several languages, and faithfully recreated engine sounds for an even denser atmosphere. A detailed 15k acres large US city with different districts, such as an industrial area, suburbs, and downtown. Supports standard steering wheels and gamepads, A comprehensive tutorial takes you through the basics of fighting fires.
Title: Firefighting Simulator – The Squad
Genre: Action, Simulation
Developer: Chronos Unterhaltungssoftware
Publisher: astragon Entertainment