As the sequel to the emergency services management title 911 Operator, 112 Operator has scheduled a release date on Steam in April. In this follow-up title from Jutsu Games and Games Operators the scale is 25 times larger than that of 911 Operator.
Like 911 Operator, 112 Operator is a real-time strategy game where players manage the emergency response units of a city. This is done through the calls received from people in various situations. Players will need to react accordingly and use their best judgement to determine what services are needed. In some cases the call may even be a prankster.
Humans can cause plenty of problems on their own. Add in weather, traffic, and a host of other factors there will be people in need. The danger level increases in 112 Operator as the scale is much more massive and players can focus on keeping order in a single neighborhood or coordinate several operators in one of the world’s major metropolises. With the aid of 3D visualizations, one can choose from over 100,000 areas such as districts or municipalities and tens of thousands of real cities.
The world changes every day. From dynamic weather, authentic traffic generation, and historical data, incidents will change depending upon time of day or night. Extreme conditions can lead to catastrophe from big fires to criminals associated with terrorism.
Over 60 new calls with their own voice-overs had been added. And with Career mode one can choose a European city and find what it takes to be the top emergency services operator. For those that like to make their own rules or path, Free Mode is just the thing. Now matter what happens, people are looking to you for help. 112, what’s your emergency?
112 Operator released date is scheduled for April 23, 2020 on Steam. Interested players can add the game to their wishlist now. For more information on 112 Operator visit the game’s page on the developer’s website here.
Jutsu Games (@jutsugames Twitter) is a Warsaw, Poland based developer. The term Jutsu is Japanese that means technique, method, spell, skill, or trick and in practice the company wants to make innovative gameplay. Previous released titles include 911 Operator, Rustler, and Modern Wizards.
Games Operators (@GamesOperators Twitter) is a Warsaw, Poland based publishing company that invests, releases, and promotes video games while offering help with the development of innovative and unique titles. Provided by their internal development team, Jutsu Games, Games Operators offer technical and conceptual consultations for entire teams to individual creators.