Polish developer DRAGO entertainment and Movie Games S.A. is bringing attention to suspicious passengers in the new teaser trailer for Airport Contraband. From security operations to finding contraband on planes this new teaser trailer covers it all for this first-person simulation game.
The game tasks players with catching suspicious passengers at airports with illegal baggage content better known as contraband. Each mission’s success is dependent upon a players ability to observe and divide their attention on the tasks at hand.
In addition to the new teaser trailer, Airport Contraband now has the publishing support of Movie Games with their recent focus on simulation games and the genres growing popularity. Growing interest in the game has caused DRAGO entertainment to take another look at parts of the game which has triggered a revamp of career mode and the addition of new content.
In response to the growing interest in the game, we decided to add new features and devote more time to improving the existing game mechanics. New content will include a stronger focus on contraband items and scenarios for dealing with epidemic and pandemic outbreaks. Airport Contraband is also getting a complete revamp of its career mode. You will now start your career on a tiny airport in South America where smuggling and trafficking gives a completely different perspective on the entire idea of contraband. Unlike on modern airports in the US, the procedures here are rather crude, but also the smugglers’ creativity is in its own league.Lucjan Mikociak, Head of the Studio, DRAGO entertainment
Players start off small as a simple security guard. Besides just keeping the place safe various types on threats may present themselves. With the new additions comes pandemic outbreaks and a strong focus on illegal items. Catching the criminals is key, but falsely accusing the innocent will lead to complaints. However, letting dangerous passengers get on a plane will negatively impact one’s career.
Criminals are always looking for ways to outsmart the player. Fast action, quick learning with minimal mistakes is critical to success. In the end the better one’s performance, the easier their job will be.
Airport Contraband is planned for a 2020 release. For more information about Airport Contraband visit the game’s Steam page here.
DRAGO entertainment was established in 1998 in Cracow, Poland. The studio is comprised of a highly experienced and motivated team that is focused on computer game production and development primarily on the PC.
Movie Games S.A. (@MovieGamesSA Twitter) is a Polish company founded in 2016 by Mateusz Wcześniak. The company is supported by Aleksey Uchański who has nearly three decades of game industry and media experience and Maciej Miąsik who is a gaming legend and developer who also has nearly three decades of experience. Currently the company employs about 80 people working on more than 10 productions.