Excalibur Publishing, otherwise known as the home of the Simulator game, has announced a partnership with Brazilian developer Odin Game Studio to bring third-person police sim Enforcer: Justice Law Order to PC this October.
Enforcer sound pretty interesting, actually, Odin describe it as a "Police game simulator set in a small Town, mixing genres of action, adventure and RPG". But can we pull over drunk truckers and breathalyze them like in one of those awful cop reality shows? That's the key question.
"Enforcer - Justice Law Order will fill a much needed gap in the market for a good quality third person action simulator," says Excalibur head of marketing Richard Barclay. "Players will become a law abiding policeman or woman in a large open world. Partnered with the faithful depiction of small town America which is a key focus of the gameplay, the player will need to juggle crime fighting as a member of the Mountain Valley PD along with their off duty life too."
That could be really cool. The restrained alternative to Battlefield Hardline's over the top theatrics. There's not a lot out there in terms of gameplay footage and information right now, but Excalibur promise a proper website for Enforcer will be launched on August 11. Right now you can take a look at the game's .