Emergency Management Sim, 911 Operator Receives Two New Trailers Ahead of Nintendo Switch Launch
Game developer and publisher SONKA have today released two new trailers for their upcoming emergency management sim, 911 Operator on the Nintendo Switch
SONKA, a Polish game developer and publisher best known for Astro Bears Party today revealed two new trailers for their up and coming emergency management game 911 Operator which is releasing worldwide on the Switch October 26th.
In 911 Operator, you put your patience to the test to try and save as many lives as possible, either on the go or with your feet up on the couch with the pro controller, the choice is essentially yours. The modes you can play are Free Play and Career mode – In Free Play you pick a city with real streets, addresses and the emergency infrastructure or choose Career mode, which contains six cities with one of them being San Francisco where you have to deal with the aftermath of an earthquake.
You call all the shots in 911 Operator, plus you have the likes of the response teams from the police, fire department and paramedic units at your disposal, such as a variety of vehicles from common ambulances to police helicopters, essential equipment like bulletproof vests, first aid kits and technical tools, and specialists with specific abilities.
Key features of the game include:
- The opportunity to play in over 900 cities worldwide!
- Expansive Career mode, featuring unique calls and events
- Switch-exclusive World Map feature optimized for console gameplay
- More than 140 types of reports to encounter
- 12 types of emergency response vehicles, including helicopters, police cars or motorcycles
- Real first aid instructions
911 Operator is available on the Nintendo Switch for $14.99 on October 26. The game will also have two expansion packs, Special Resources and Every Life Matters priced at $3.99 and $5.99 or a bundle pack of all three will be available for $22.
You can check out the two new trailers for 911 Operator below: