112 Operator Dispatches On Steam April 23rd

Published: March 20, 2020 10:00 AM /


An in-game screenshot of 112 Operator

Remember 911 Operator? It was a fun little game that had you responding to emergency phone calls. If you played it and loved it, you'll be pleased to know there's a sequel on the way. 112 Operator hits Steam in April.

In 112 Operator, you'll manage emergency response around the world. Whether it's fires, natural disasters, or terrorist attacks, you'll need to be on hand to direct the response and manage the situation. Some events will escalate; you'll need to work especially hard to overcome riots, organized crime, and spreading pandemics. Pretty relevant given the coronavirus currently sweeping the world. You can check out the launch trailer for 112 Operator below:

The biggest change since 911 Operator is the scope of the game. 112 Operator lets you manage crises on a scale ranging from a single neighborhood to an entire metropolis. You're not limited to a single country anymore, either; you'll now be working globally. Developer Jutsu Games says 112 Operator is roughly 25 times bigger than 911 Operator, so that's a whole lot of emergencies to manage. On top of this, the time of day, season, and traffic conditions all now influence the nature of emergencies, so you'll have to take those into account when you're playing.

If you want to check out everything that's new in 112 Operator, you can wishlist the game on Steam right now. It'll launch on April 23rd. In the meantime, you can head back and check out 911 Operator, which is also available on Steam. No word yet on any kind of console release. We'll bring you more on the game as we learn more.

Will you be checking out 112 Operator? Think you can keep global emergencies at bay? Let us know in the comments below!

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