Games Box and Polish indie developer Shining Games just announced Street Artist Simulator for PC first. A console version is also planned for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and Nintendo Switch consoles.
The game offers players the unique opportunity to take on the role of a street artist. It’s an open-world action game with urban parkour and graffiti across multiple locations. Players will compete for street fame.
Street Artist Simulator lets players express themselves creatively. You will search for unique spots, try to remain elusive from law enforcement, and create your own unique graffiti art.
“Above all this game is about giving a lot of freedom and opportunities to show creativity. The distinguishing feature of Street Artist Simulator will be a combination of creativity and fast and dynamic action,” says Tomasz Supeł, CEO of Games Box.
“Players will find a pretty large city with different districts and a whole bunch of unique spots, which of course can be accessed, although not always in an easy or convenient way. To remain elusive, it may sometimes be necessary to hack the city’s infrastructure, or simply run away, where parkour skills will prove helpful, or even get into a fight, as a last resort,” he adds.
Plans call for an “extensive” editor and a co-op mode with the ability to visit other players’ cities where you can paint over their graffiti and start a rivalry. Street fame sounds like a big part of the game.
Street Artist Simulator is set to launch for PC via Steam in 2024. The game is also tentatively scheduled for release on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and Nintendo Switch consoles.