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    Move goods illicitly through border patrol in Smuggler Simulator!

    Ultimate Games S.A has announced the development of Smuggler Simulator that will be making its way to PC, Playstation 5, Playstation 4, the Xbox Family and Nintendo Switch. Take up this risky profession and move various goods across borders in a more or less spectacular manner. Trailer below:

    Smuggler Simulator is a singleplayer focused game with a 3D open world and procedurally generated missions and locations. The key to success will be a cunning and creative approach to challenges, involving transferring goods and other commodities while remaining unnoticed. The extensive crafting system, as well as maintaining and upgrading tools of the trade, will also play a significant role.

    Smuggling is an old profession, practiced around the world both in times of progressing globalisation and during trade wars, transport restrictions and mass closing of borders. Smuggler Simulator is a completely unique proposition, in which the player will have to display great cunning and almost crazy levels of creativity. At the same time, our new game will reward you with a big dose of adrenaline and humour

    Rafał Jelonek – CEO, 3T Games

    Individual tasks can be performed in different ways, and players’ creativity will play a vital role. For example, they will be able to use traditional smuggling tricks or decide to go for a solution taken straight out of Jackass. Smuggler Simulator will also offer very diverse locations in different parts of the world and, thanks to the procedural generation system, each gameplay session will prove unique.

    Features of the game:

    • a career in a dangerous industry;

    • gameplay requiring a lot of creativity;

    • diverse locations;

    • unique gameplay (procedural generation);

    • extensive crafting system;

    • upgrades for tools and other equipment;

    • a large dose of humour.

    Smuggler Simulator is initially scheduled for a 2023 release.

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