The thing about Bus Simulator compared to titles like Train Sim World 2 is that, while its intricate with its presentation of the public service, it has a real sense of humour. And from what we’ve seen of Bus Simulator 21 – which now has a 7th September release date on PlayStation 4 – it’s leaning into the silliness a little bit.
This version complements the somewhat drab continental Europe locales of Seaside Valley with an entirely new map: the San Francisco-inspired Angel Shores. As with the previous version, you’ll be managing your very own transport company either individually or online in co-op, and you’ll be able to set up routes, expand your fleet, and drive the buses yourself.
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