Review PS4: WW2 Bunker Simulator.
WW2: Bunker Simulator is an FPS, simulation and survival game. It is a result of cooperation between Beplayer, Art Games Studio and Gaming Factory.
As the title suggests, the action of WW2: Bunker Simulator is set during World War II. The main character is an American soldier serving in the 101st Airborne Division, who together with his companions managed to take over a German bunker in Normandy. Now his task is to hold on to his capture at all costs, which will require courage, sacrifice and knowledge of the art of survival.
In WW2: Bunker Simulator we observe the action from a first person perspective (FPP). The centre of our actions, where we spend most of the time, is the bunker. It serves as our base from which we go on various missions.
As the protagonist is not a one-man army, accomplishment of the tasks entrusted to us requires cleverness, prudence and skill with firearms, and sometimes also knowledge of handling anti-aircraft guns or anti-tank weapons.
The game is worth the candle, however, because carrying out the orders of the command is also a chance to gain valuable resources – from food to various valuable items, including bandages and ammunition. In addition, we must at all times be prepared to fend off enemies trying to regain the lost bunker.
In between missions and defending the bunker, we spend time preparing meals and practising on our own. Besides, we have to deal with receiving encrypted messages from the command, thanks to which we can often learn in advance about the enemy’s plans. In a dire situation we can also ask for an airdrop of supplies necessary for survival. Complicating matters, however, is the fact that the air is full of enemy planes, which can make such deliveries impossible.
The graphics of WW2: Bunker Simulator do not look too impressive. Both character models and environmental elements are relatively simple; the same goes for explosions.
WW2: Bunker SimulatorRelease Date PS4
- 19 October 2022
- PSN: 19 October 2022
- producer: Art Games Studio / Beplayer publisher: Art Games Studio