Flashing Lights Enters Early Access, Gets a Content Update in Less Than 24 Hours
Flashing Lights launched into Early Access yesterday, and in less than 24 hours the emergency services simulator gained a content update.
Developer Nils Jakrins’ Flashing Lights is now available on Steam Early Access as June 7th. The title lets players take on the role of three different emergency services amongst an open-world. It’s published by Excalibur Games is known for being behind titles such as Circuit Breakers, or Shoppe Keep 2.
Flashing Lights will introduce players to police, fire, and emergency medical services. Each of them come with their own missions and are available to play in single-player or multiplayer allowing players to work together.
In less than 24 hours, the title got a new update that didn’t just bring bug fixes, but also a variety of content. Here’s what has been added:
- 3 new vehicle accident missions for the fire department
- 2 new rescue missions for the fire department (single player only)
- 5 new missions for the EMS department
- The option to make private multiplayer lobbies via a password to share with friends
- Spanish translation
- Now available for Mac
An example of how the game plays and the features can be found in this video that came out at the end of May 2018. It gives a look at how all three departments work and shows a little tease of the multiplayer mode in action as a group of players take down an AI controlled car.
As police, the player can assign parking tickets to vehicles and even check the speed of cars with a speed gun. The fire department will have to put out fires, and the emergency medical services will respond to vehicle incidents.
Flashing Lights has a roadmap preview in place to give players an insight into what’s coming post-launch. More callouts for all departments, improvements to multiplayer, character customization, varied speed limits, and a playable tow truck are what is currently previewed.
Flashing Lights is available on Steam Early Access for PC and Mac.