Pigeon Simulator has players playing as the ugly flying rats and causing chaos in an urban environment in order to rule the world. As the chosen one, players will have a choice: will they destroy all that humanity has built and return the world to mother nature, or create a utopia where birds and mankind can live together in peace and harmony.
Interestingly, the game was originally announced by Bossa Studios in 2019 as part of a prototype test competition for what they should work on next, which it lost. You can check out some of their tweets here while it was under development at Bossa. The current developers formed HakJak Studios in 2020, bought the rights to Pigeon Simulator, and have been working on their own version ever since.
Players will begin life as a baby bird and have to survive in the crazy world that they have found themselves born itno. If players die, some of their DNA will be passed onto their successors, which means that eventually, your bird will get pretty swole as players conquer one location at a time.
Pigeon Simulator is an open development project, which means that players will be given a deeper look into how the game is being developed and help shape how the game turns out. What is the game being built on? Well, it will have a procedural city generator that includes interiors and dungeons. It will also have a physics-based destruction engine, a skill tree, and ability structure focusing on DNA and on Stomach Alchemy. There will also be a AI storyteller, NPC relationship, and Story Module system, and lots of pigeon pooping.
The game will apparently be on Steam's Early Access for 12 months, and will have partial controller support. If you're interested you should check out the Steam page and add it your wishlist. Otherwise, stay tuned to TechRaptor for more details.
What do you think of this announcement? Does this remind you of Goat Simulator at all? Are you tired of humanity's shit and ready to rain fire upon them? Let us know in the comments!