Flashing Lights Closed Alpha to Kick Off
Flashing Lights, an open world online multiplayer emergency services simulator, will open its doors to a select number of players next week – and there’s still time for gamers to sign up for Closed Alpha consideration on the Flashing Lights website. To learn more about Flashing Lights’ Closed Alpha, which will kick off on 15 March, take a look at the new video.
About Flashing Lights
Flashing Lights is a single player and multiplayer emergency services simulator focusing on police, firefighters and emergency medical services. Enrolling with one of these departments, players will take on unique missions and rewards in an open world. Players will engage in desperate car chases, diagnose life-threatening injuries, and put out lethal fires. Each department has its own vehicles, equipment and abilities for players to take control of.
Take a peek at the release date announcement trailer to see the game in action.
Flashing Lights on Steam:http://store.steampowered.com/app/605740/Flashing_Lights__Police_Fire_EMS/
Website/Closed Alpha sign up: www.flashinglightsgame.com
Closed Alpha Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n1w0uGvgkO4
Available on 18th May 2018 in Early Access, at $14.99.
Enrol with the police, emergency medical services or fire department and take on unique missions and rewards in an open world. Engage in desperate car chases, diagnose life-threatening injuries, and put out lethal fires! Each department has its own vehicles, equipment and abilities for you to take control of. Play in single player, or work together with friends in online multiplayer to tackle incidents across a shared world. Flashing Lights will be available on PC and Mac at Early Access Launch.
Usually the first to respond to a criminal incident, the police are equipped with the fastest cars and a variety of equipment. Their roles vary from handing out parking tickets to chasing down dangerous suspects. They’ll do everything they can to prevent criminal activity and put a stop to any crimes in progress. As the police, you’ll have access to a range of equipment including a high-tech speed-radar, traffic cones, and of course a high-speed car.
As an emergency medical specialist, your job lies in keeping members of the public alive, treating patients’ injuries, diagnosis and more. Paramedics can also heal other players in multiplayer, which is vital in particularly dangerous jobs. Lifesaving equipment you’ll utilise includes medical kits, stretchers, ambulances.
The role of the fire department extends far beyond putting out flames, as they work closely with medical services out in the field, swiftly cutting open crashed cars so that medical staff can reach the casualty. The fire department won’t engage in the pursuit of suspects, but will handle the aftermath of an incident, including, of course, putting out fires. Make sure to act fast before fires spread to nearby buildings. Battling raging flames and freeing trapped civilians involves some heavy-duty gear including spreaders, a fire hose, a fire extinguisher and a fire truck.
Team up with fellow players online and divide your team between the three emergency services at will. Race around the open world in various vehicles, to where you are needed, working together to help civilians in accidents or catch a fleeing criminal.
Various calls to action will see you responding to incidents based on your chosen department, as well as the relevant area in the open world. From speeding and illegal parking, to raging fires and life-threatening car accidents, the pressure is on in Flashing Lights.
Flashing Lights features a thriving open world (currently 3.5KM x 3.5KM) that will see emergencies break out in all corners of life. Environmental physics make police car chases all the more engaging, with both you and the suspect leaving your mark on the landscape.
All screenshots on this page are a work in progress, and visuals are subject to change. It is our plan to expand the open world to include different environments, missions and scenarios. We will also be adding further emergency services equipment and gameplay mechanics throughout the Early Access period.