Bus Simulator 21 Released

Lowercase partners astragon Entertainment and stillalive studios now offer the official release of Bus Simulator 21, offering the chance to take the wheel of a bus and try to get everyone to their destinations safe and on time. The game contains no Batman Scenarios, but it does feature brand-name buses, two maps featuring a more open-world approach, and a free skin pack DLC for everyone who purchases this within the first week. The Windows edition is available on Steam and there are also Xbox One and PlayStation 4 editions on each respective console. Here's the Release Trailer and here's more on the game:
Compared to its predecessor, Bus Simulator 21 offers two huge, lively maps: The North American-inspired city “Angel Shores”, and the European based city “Seaside Valley” known from its predecessor Bus Simulator 18 including the areas of the official map expansion. Both maps are offering an even freer open-world approach that invites players to explore their surroundings: For example, to pay a visit to the bus dealer to look at new models or to go on a merry search for carefully hidden easter eggs - be it alone or in cooperative multiplayer mode with up to three other players.

Another innovation is the floating day and night cycle, including dynamic weather. In addition, players will - for the first time - be able to access convenience comfort functions such as fast travel to all important points on the map, an option to fast forward the time to any point, and take-over the buses of their teammates or AI colleagues at any time they want. True to the motto “Less time in menus and more time on the road”, players are free to choose whether they want to use these options via the map menu or within the game world directly.