Ahoy, Console Captains!
Set sail for adventure as “Ships Simulator,” previously a hit on Xbox consoles, docks onto PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 on November 30. This maritime and construction-themed game, developed by the Polish studio FragOut and brought to PlayStation by Ultimate Games S.A., promises a sea of activities for aspiring ship captains.
From PC to PlayStation: The Journey of Ships Simulator
Originating as “Ships 2017” on PC, Ships Simulator has evolved for the PlayStation experience. With backward compatibility, PlayStation 5 players can also navigate these waters, expanding the game’s horizons to a wider gaming audience.
A Fleet of Challenges Awaits
Players take the helm of three unique special-purpose ships: a container ship, a deep-sea construction vessel, and a semi-submersible transport vessel. Each ship offers distinct gameplay experiences and challenges, testing players’ maritime mettle.
Dive into 24 Mission-Driven Adventures
Ships Simulator is not just about sailing; it’s about accomplishing tasks. With 24 missions focused on underwater extraction, large-scale transportation, and offshore installation, the game also includes thrilling rescue missions, adding an extra layer of excitement and responsibility.
Crew Management and Ship Refurbishment: Enhance Your Maritime Experience
A novel feature of Ships Simulator is crew control mode, where players can manage crew members and utilize tools like fire extinguishers and water cannons. Adding to the gameplay depth is a ship refurbishment system, allowing players to personalize and upgrade their vessels.
Set Sail This November
Mark your calendars for November 30, 2023, as Ships Simulator arrives on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5, bringing with it a tide of maritime challenges and adventures. Whether you’re a seasoned sailor or a landlubber looking to explore the high seas, Ships Simulator promises an immersive and engaging experience in the waters of the Baltic Sea.
Platforms: PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5 Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Microsoft Windows