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Flashing Lights to Release in Early Access on May 18th

Flashing Lights to Release in Early Access on May 18th

It was announced by Exclaibur Games that players will have the chance to play Flashing Lights early, via the upcoming Closed Alpha. To be in with a chance of participating, players should sign up here. They also announced that the Early Access of the game will be available on Steam in May 18th.

Check out the announcement trailer of Flashing Lights, featuring some gameplay footage:

“Flashing Lights is a single player and multiplayer emergency services simulator focusing on police, firefighters and emergency medical services. Enrolling with one of three departments, players will take on unique missions and rewards in an open world. Players will engage in desperate car chases, diagnose life-threatening injuries, and put out lethal fires. Each department has its own vehicles, equipment and abilities for players to take control of.

Players will team up with friends online and divide their team between the three emergency services at will. They’ll race around the open world in various vehicles, to where they are needed, working together to help civilians in accidents or catch a fleeing criminal.

An all new developer diary video, giving players an exciting behind the scenes insight, will be available very soon.

About the Developer – Nils Jakrins’ Team

Flashing Lights is Nils’ debut game, and is inspired directly by his own passions. Having wanted to play an open world multiplayer emergency simulator with friends, Nils took the idea into his own hands and began working on Flashing Lights in his spare time. Now, having been signed on by Excalibur Games, Nils is working full time to release Flashing Lights in Early Access on 18th May 2018, as part of a team.

About Excalibur Games

Excalibur Games is the publishing arm of parent company Contact Sales Ltd, which was founded in 1997.

Excalibur Games has moved forward to release its own original products, in addition to widely recognised licensed titles.

European Ship Simulator, World Ship Simulator, Better Late Than DEAD and Counter Terrorism Unit have all been published digitally on Steam, and physically for retailers.

Excalibur has worldwide MicrosoftTM Xbox One, SonyTM Playstation 4 and NintendoTM Switch publisher status.

Excalibur will also continue to license high-end simulation franchises such as Euro Truck Simulator and American Truck Simulator, from highly acclaimed developer SCS Software.”

For more information on Flashing Lights, visit its official website.

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1 year ago

Wow. The game trailer looks so fun. Where did the water tower go? Also, the map looks nice and the gameplay looks amazing. Going to be completely honest here, but the game seems to have improved but some aspects have gotten worse. The first thing you should have worked on was mods so that it could accumulate over time. And I play on a MacBook and its been unplayable with the newest update. Honestly, you should have stuck with one map and advanced it but I guess it’s your choice. Good work though, still needs a lot of improvements though.