Bus Simulator 21 is pulling out all of the stops for its release later this year, and that means adding some new wheels for players to cruise in.
astragon Entertainment and stillalive Studios are hard at work on Bus Simulator 21, and part of that work includes detailed recreations of buses, and, as announced, today, Mercedes-Benz buses. More specifically, we’re going to be able to cruise the city streets in the German manufacturer’s eCitaro buses for the first time in the series’ history when the game releases this September.
As well as the eCitaro buses, Bus Simulator 21 will feature other buses by Mercedes-Benz, which you can see in the new trailer released today.
Bus Simulator 21 gives players the chance to run their own bus company, ferrying customers across two huge open-world maps, collecting cash, upgrading the business, and generally just being a happy bus driving chappy.
For the first time in Bus Simulator history, the series will include an American map called. Angel Shores is the San Francisco Bay Area-inspired city map that players can work in for a change of scenery.
Bus Simulator 21 releases on September 7th for PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and PC.