Flashing Lights, the popular police, fire and EMS simulator game, today receives a large content update focused on speeding zones. Players, when playing as police, can now issue speeding tickets, with road-specific speed limits in effect. Also new is the ability to perform on-foot traffic stops, and new character customisation options also enter the fray.
The brand-new gameplay trailer explores the three pillars of Flashing Lights – how you become the law as a police officer, how you protect the city as a firefighter, and how you save lives as a medic.
Across both single-player and up to 10 player multiplayer, the trailer showcases arrests, car chases, parking tickets, victim rescues, raging fires, resuscitation, CPR, defibrillators, stretchers and more.
Flashing Lights is out now in Early Access for PC and Mac.
Flashing Lights is a single-player and multiplayer emergency services simulator focusing on police, firefighters and emergency medical services. Enrolling with one of these departments, players will take on unique missions in an open world. Players will engage in desperate car chases, treat life-threatening injuries, and put out lethal fires. Each department has its own vehicles and equipment for players to utilise.