Firefighting fans can now gain some insights into Firefighting Simulator, a simulation game currently in development for PC. Astragon Entertainment and developer Chronos present the Firefighting Simulator Showroom.
The showroom can be downloaded free-of-charge from Steam (PC) and will grant technophile players the chance to discover the CAN-based Rosenbauer T-Rex. The firefighting truck is equipped with a combination of telescopic and articulating boom as well as a CAN-based control system, said the company. The latter allows firefighters to set the stabilizers, raise the aerial 115 in the air and rotate 90° in less than 95 seconds. Its construction, multiple compartments, and the commander chassis back up the versatility of this emergency vehicle, the company added.
With the help of the Firefighting Simulator Showroom players can now examine the T-Rex from different angles and perspectives. In addition to various stationary camera positions, small camera pans will offer a sneak peek at this fire truck and its possibilities in Firefighting Simulator. It is now available on Steam free of charge.
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