Contraband Police Release Date, Trailer
Contraband Police heading to PC later this year.
Contraband Police is an upcoming simulation title where you fulfill the role of a border enforcement officer. You’ll have to do your best to stop contraband from coming over the border and keep your border post in good working order.
If you’re a big fan of these types of simulation games then you’ll be pleased to hear that the game will be coming out a little later this year. To get you ready for the release we’ve compiled a decent chunk of the game’s relevant release information into one convenient spot just for you. Check it out below.
Contraband Police Release Date
Contraband Police has existed since at least 2018 in trailer form, though according to the Steam page it has undergone some radical changes since that time. In the years that have followed, the developers have kept fans up-to-date with regular updates on the state of development.
While they still haven’t announced an exact date for the release of the game, we do know that it’ll be out at some point during Q2 of 2022, and like many PlayWay S.A. will be coming exclusively to PC.
Contraband Police Trailer
The original trailer for the game mostly highlighted a single type of gameplay; chasing after criminals and stopping them from escaping the border. Since then, things have apparently gone in a more simulation-focus direction. The Steam trailer shows off a more slow-paced side to gameplay that mainly involves checking documents, searching vehicles, and stamping paperwork.
That’s not to say that Contraband Police won’t feature any action at all. A new combat trailer shows off some more typical FPS gameplay where your border checkpoint comes under attack from masked assailants with automatic weapons. Clearly, there are going to be a lot of different facets to this game.
You can check out the combat trailer for yourself, or head to the Steam page for a more broad overview of how the game actually works.
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