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From GTA 5 to Monaco to Payday 2, I never get tired of removing video game robberies. Bringing together a team of colorful and highly skilled characters. Use stealth, subterfuge, and coordination to infiltrate a safe location. Steal something valuable or get completely blown up. Son of a bitch, I'm here.
Today, the publisher No More Robots (Hypnospace Outlaw, Descenders) announced Heist Simulator, a work strategy game that brings together the perfect team for stealing your dreams. And once you've mastered the art of theft, you can design and plan your own levels of theft and share them with other players. Check out the trailer for the previous ad.
The operation of the thefts in Heist Simulator is a bit unclear, as the trailer does not show any gameplay. There are brief stock selection visions for a team of agents, who take them across the map to the target and then to an outside escape point. You can see an agent sitting at a keyboard with headphones, one opening the massive vault and another looking disguised. But most of the trailer focuses on the design and construction of elaborate theft sites.
"Whether it's action-packed thefts, stealthy campaigns, puzzle-based settings, narrative work, room-style getaway tests … the tools available as part of Heist Simulator allow you to create and share a large number of different types of thefts ", reads the press release of the publisher No More Robots.
We don't have an exact release date for Heist Simulator, only that it will arrive later in 2021. In the meantime, you can try a trial version of the game's theft creation tools. right now on Steam.